The Eagle and the Arrow
by A.J. O'Connell
Being the director of a secret agency isn’t easy; we have almost no budget, all of our agents are stupid kids and extremists, and my boss is a corrupt senator, but it’s a decent job. Or it was, until a few months ago, when an important package disappeared and one of our agents went rogue, killing three men. Now she’s in Guantanamo, and I’ve got orders to deal with her. Personally.