People Who Should Know Better

In 1939, the world is on the brink of War and rumors of artifacts with supernatural powers abound.

After a lifetime of action an ex-spy named Alice Chmakova finds herself part of a team of archaeologists and adventurers for hire who travel the world in search of these artifacts to protect them from the men who would use them to rule.

But ghosts of the past are coming back to haunt her...

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Words: 119,290
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458021922
About Natalie Smothers

I was introduced to the music of David Byrne at a young age, which probably answers most of your questions right away. This had a side effect of causing me to develop my own way of doing things, as well as a mind that’s still slightly off kilter. I mostly write to amuse myself, but it is my sincere hope that in doing so I amuse others as well. So far I seem to be doing a good job.

Born in Ft. Worth, Texas, I went to school in San Antonio and got an expensive piece of paper that says I spent a lot of time scribbling furiously in notebooks about things that were not being taught. For one reason or another I have lived in a variety of places in Texas (including Austin, College Station, and once again San Antonio), Colorado, Wisconsin and most recently Chicago, Illinois. It is my deepest wish to one day live there again.

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