The Berlin Affair

Marianne Tucker, still emotionally wounded from being jilted at the altar, starts her life anew in Berlin. Working as a Foreign Service Passport Officer at the American Consulate, she encounters her runaway ex-fiancé and tangles with the woman who had destroyed their lives.

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Published by TWB Press
Words: 59,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781936991594
About Stephanie Smith

Stephanie Smith’s motto is: “Life is short. Play hard.” She has flown and jumped out of an airplane (not on the same flight, of course), learned martial arts (Tae Kwon Do, Tang Soo Do, and Shuaijiao), played violin in an orchestra, performed on stage as an actress and dancer, competed in ballroom dance competitions, served in the military, and traveled the world. Now she’s going to capture all those experiences in her writing. Stephanie is a member of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and is excited to present her first novel “The Berlin Affair” a romantic thriller set in Germany.
A native of Southern California, Stephanie has worked as a technical trainer, systems and test engineer, and Intelligence Hardware Engineer in the Army while serving at Field Station Berlin. After finishing her master’s and doctorate degrees, she worked as a psychotherapist for several years in Manassas, Virginia, and then returned to her original profession as an independent computer consultant.
When she’s not writing, she enjoys gardening, reading, ballroom and belly dancing, and although she loves to travel, her favorite place is with her husband, Rick, on their five-acre spread in Larkspur, Colorado.

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The Berlin Affair
Marianne Tucker, still emotionally wounded from being jilted at the altar, starts her life anew in Berlin. Working as a Foreign Service Passport Officer at the American Consulate, she encounters her runaway ex-fiancé and tangles with the woman who had destroyed their lives.

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