Where There's Smoke, There's Prometheus: A Bodacious Baby Boomer Escapade #1

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What was so special about student Maddy Walker in 1978 that made Inner Sanctum of Atlantis psychics so determined to recruit her? Was it a plot to use her in a government-sanctioned psychic spy research program or was it part of a 50-year Soviet plan in 1950 to penetrate the U.S. government? The answer would chase Maddy through the next 3 decades of classified secrets, deep cover ops, and spies. More

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Words: 93,800
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476121390
Tags: spies
About Sara M. Barton

Sara M. Barton is the author of several fast-paced mystery and thriller series, featuring lively characters and lots of action. "Miz Scarlet" (Scarlet Wilson Mystery series) is a teacher-turned-innkeeper, who throws herself into danger with a feisty determination to make things right, relying on cohorts like "Captain Peacock" and "Colonel Grey Poupon" to help her solve the clues. Deputy Gabby Grimm (Gabby Grimm Fairy Tale Mystery series) protects the citizens of Latimer Falls, where there are more cows, goats, and chickens than people, and she has her hands full when terrorists, organized criminals, and other bad guys wreak havoc with the peaceful village of Latimer Falls, Vermont. Sydney Stansfield (Off-the-Books Mystery series), an artist and interior decorator, is the sidekick of FBI Special Agent Henry Hartman, and she is often dragged into crises that result from his investigations. Bea Jones, a former bookstore manager, is the beleaguered wife of Benedick, a CIA officer forced into early retirement, and they bicker their way through a myriad of intelligence situations of Shakespearean proportions, even as they run their Vermont bed and breakfast, hosting a variety of spies, operatives, and even a couple of war refugees.

The author's passion for writing fiction comes through each tale. "There is nothing sweeter than sticking characters in the hot seat and making them find their way out of the darkness. I'm fascinated by human behavior and I love to see characters grow as they go through tough times. Life is never fair, but I believe in heroes, those people who don't take no for an answer, who put the greater good ahead of 'me, me, me'. But most of all, I enjoy a good story, seasoned with action, memorable characters, unpredictable behavior, and a monkey wrench big enough to jam up the best laid plans. It's the perfect human storm."

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Senator Harmon Wilson wants the Department of Defense to investigate the potential of using psychics in military intelligence. College students are recruited to learn psychic techniques in this "Bodacious Baby Boomer Escapade" book trailer.

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Review by: rhonda laney on April 27, 2014 : (no rating)
3 STARS

This has a complex plot that in many ways went over my head. I was trying to follow all the twists and turns I never really connected to the characters. I was surprised many times at where the plot was taken too. It has spies, violence and action. You never are sure who to trust.
I would not like to live that way.

Maddy Walker is a college student. One of her professors really works to draw her into his beliefs. Their is a lot of peace not war, anti government, psychics. Maddy wants to work with dying patients. If you did not agree with the professor you were kicked out of his class.

The setting for the most part was after Vietnam college campus during the cold war with USSR. With sleeper cells with a 50 year plan.

I can see how a lot of the issues of the 60's are still around with different agendas. anti-war at colleges, drug scenes, brain washing, sleeper cells, You can see history repeating itself in so many ways.

I liked Maddy but the other characters where all hiding agendas. Never really connected and cared for the others characters. Some of the characters that I did not like seemed to succeed in life.

I like Sara's mysteries and will continue to read her stories. If you like deep complex stories try this book.

There is a lot of violence but she rates her books PG. I agree it is not graphic in details of violence.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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