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Agents in Harm's Way Paperback – Oct 10 2004


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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Running Press (Oct. 10 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1562014374
  • ISBN-13: 978-1562014377
  • Product Dimensions: 17.6 x 10.7 x 1.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 118 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,005,823 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Two FBI agents enter the underground white slavery world March 30 2005
By Steve Vander - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
A woman, Standford graduate student Meghan Dillon, is missing and the FBI's first partnership of two women help local authorities investigate the case. Special Agent Mallory Channing (40) is an experienced agent, and 28 year-old Kip Palazzi is inexperienced.

Despite standard operating procedures calling for the FBI to take over a case once its agents are on the scene, an arrangement has been made where Sheriff Lonigen will remain in overall charge and the agents will provide assistance, as needed (page 7). The assistance: handling the press, re-interviewing the contacts and generally helping out in the squad room including manning the phones. Kip Palazzi, handling the phones, receives a tip : "If they wanted to find the blonde chick they should check out a boat called Big Wizz off Sycamore point." Palazzi and Mallory are the only ones in the office when the tip comes in, and seeing their chance for some real work, immediately head to the marina, without leaving word of their activities.

The agents rent a boat and head out to near the Big Wizz (a large yacht), and act as if they were just tourists sunbathing on the water (and as neither brought a swimsuit, that involves a certain amount of nudity). When the agents spot some men leaving Big Wizz on a small boat, they head over to the yacht and go on-board. As the agents wander through the ship, they head toward some soft moans, and are captured and restrained. They eventually find out that the moans had been coming from the barely clothed Meghan, restrained, and hanging in a room on the boat.

Despite protests that they are Federal agents and that those on board are in trouble with the law, the Big Wiz's Captain (Captain Thompson) takes the boat out into international waters, and heads down to South America. On the way, the Captain and crew play with their captives. Arriving in South America, the three women are sold to a representative (Major Guzman) of a guerrilla leader (General Hernandez). The representative leads the women along a long trail up into the mountains, and eventually reaches the guerrilla camp.

Overall, Winslow's book is interesting, the plot has some holes, and the characterization of the major characters is good. The book contains Humiliation/rape/nc/white slavery.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
beware! July 9 2010
By Peter A Patala - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
terrible erotic novel- not the work you would expect from this author and not obvious from sample.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Light reading erotica thats for sure .. June 12 2005
By Rudolf Spoerer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Ok we have the beautifull special agent Mallory Channing, who, at the age of 40, finally got a younger 28 year old junior partner and perhap[s a chance of finally making her mark in a male domintaed world. Well, she certainly did make her mak, though not in the way that she had intended.

The author paints Mallorys partner, Kip, (yeah had to have a young name like that .. LOL) as practically a pre-pubescent and also with a yearning to to make her mark. Being relegated to the night shif, the girl get a tip about a missing woman and a large yacht in the West Coast Bay ... Mallory jumps at the chance to get into action and she and her partner board the yacht only to be captured by a modern day white slaver. And, of course, he thought it was kinda cute the two of them were 'federales'.....

I faster than the blink of an eye the girls were on their way to Colombia to be truend over and sold to horny rebels / drug lords ..

Don Winslow is a master at these slave stories.. This one is good and maintained my interst .....
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Plot rather weak but still a good read Nov. 7 2005
By G. Robinson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This book is better than average for the genre, but the plot has a number of holes.

Special Agent Mallory Channing and her side kick Kip are FBI agents investigating a disapearence of a young woman named Meghan. They are sidelined by the sherrif's office and accedently get a tip as to the woman's whearabouts-a boat the Big Whiz. The board without backup or a warrant and are captured and taken to Columbia where they are sold to General Hernandez to round out his harrem. But another girl has escaped leading to an eventual rescue. Some good errotic scenes including girl girl action between Kip and Mallory.

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