It’s official! I’ve been researching and writing the sequel to OP-DEC: Operation Deceit all summer and fall. I have one more book that I absolutely want to get read before I continue. Have you read OP-DEC yet? If not, the rest of this is going to be a bit of spoiler…
OP-GHO: Operation Ghost
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The sequel will be named OP-GHO: Operation Ghost. Readers will continue in the Second World War era of espionage with their anti-hero Carsten Reiniger, as he returns State side to continue his intelligence work. Claire Healey is left wondering about her beau, and just who does he work for, the British or the Germans?
The sinister underbelly that is Reiniger’s secret world seethes into the posh life of New York. More than a few eyebrows are raised, most especially those of Special Agent Jimmy O’Donnell and his boss, the head of FBI Operation NY, Percy Foxworth. O’Donnell’s had his eye on Claire since they were children, and he sees an opportunity to play rescuer and steal her away from his rival.
Working in the shadows to sniff out his friend’s allegiance, British Agent Nigel Gray plays all sides until he can secure Carsten for the Allies – or at least be assured that he is already one of them. Not even his boss John Bevan is talking.
A series of events, including an assassination attempt on Reinger at the Cocoanut Grove in Boston, the very night of the tragic fire that killed hundreds, leads Gray to believe his younger counterpart isn’t all he seems. Feeling sorry for Claire, and concerned he’s been taken in by the greatest spy the world has ever seen, Gray works to bring Reiniger in to unpack his secrets and force a defection. If he doesn’t close the deal quickly, all may be lost.
About K. Williams:
K attended the State University of New York at Morrisville, majoring in the Biological Sciences, and then continued with English and Historical studies at the University at Albany, home of the New York State Writer’s Institute, gaining her Bachelor’s Degree. While attending UA, K interned with the 13th Moon Feminist Literary Magazine, bridging her interests in social movements and art. At the same time, K’s first book project, Blue Honor, was underway. Blue Honor originated as a creative final project and independent study, regarding the civil war, which places fictional characters into a non-fictional realm, to display the social realities of the time. Topics include gender limitations, racial disparities, and the trauma of war. Now, Blue is both a full-length novel and an adapted spec. Learn more here.