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A homeless mom overdoses. Her ten-year-old daughter, Riley, is whisked away by a corrupt social worker . . . along with any records the little girl ever existed.  Fate catapults Riley into a dangerous, clandestine world of corruption and blackmail. What she learns could jeopardize a covert Russian operation, headquartered in Washington, D.C., targeting the United States. 

 

Riley knows too much. She must be eliminated. 

 

Time is running out. Riley must try to outrun and outsmart Agent Nika Rolinska— fiction’s most shocking, ruthless new villain.

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From the side streets of Washington, D.C. to the rolling hills of Virginia, “The Girl Who Knew Too Much” is a gritty, action-packed thrill ride of plot twists, foreign intrigue, blackmail, and murder.   

- Maurice Possley, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist

 

Do you really think that pure evil does not exist on earth?  If so, read this book and think again.  Evil is dressed up like a woman and her target is a little girl. This book will grab you and not let you go until the last page has turned. The story feels plugged into a wall outlet...an electric shock to your system with enough turns to leave you dizzy. An absolutely great read that will leave you shaken and stirred.       

– Donald J. Hurzeler, Amazon Best Selling Author 

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