Jessica, Rebecca and Elisabeth resolve many of their personal issues while working with Canada’s RCMP, the Secret Service and FBI to trace stolen radio active material from a Manitoba facility.
Rebecca discovers a deep, personal connection to Penelope while Jessica struggles with her disdain for men and law enforcement.
The RCMP is intricately involved in the investigation of the stolen canister and the Alberta drug operation which finances an American terrorist organization.
30,000 Secrets portrays women struggling with violence. The characters share their successes, failures, overcoming fears and apprehensions through emotionally griping dialog and defensive tactics. The agents’ physical and emotional responses to antagonists draw the reader to the protagonists’ techniques and style used to overcome adversity. Jessica, Rebecca and Elisabeth encourage readers; to leave abusive situations, to change their environment and to accomplish their goals and dreams. Jackson and Jason exemplify supportive colleagues, comfortable with their sexuality/masculinity, exemplifying male behavior appreciated by many women.
The team’s genesis is a hand-picked group of Secret Service agents who have either questionable track records or are seeking return to mainstream assignments from policing the world; Spencer from North Africa fighting Al Qaeda, Elisabeth in the UK failing to work with male MI6 agents, Rebecca dissatisfied with being sequestered to the FBI ferreting out First Nations bombers in Arizona and New Mexico and Jackson, a disillusioned graduate of Michigan’s Teacher college. The Team is led by University of California-Berkeley Law School graduate Jessica Fukishura, a Toronto native and combat martial artist who struggles with her own demons, sexuality and disdain for the male population in general and law enforcement in particular.
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All proceeds are donated to domestic & sexual abuse survivor centers.