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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Chapter 22
Chapter 23
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Chapter 27
Chapter 28
Chapter 29
Chapter 30
Chapter 31
Chapter 33
Chapter 34
Chapter 37
Chapter 38
Chapter 39
Chapter 40
P. 1
SPY ONE

SPY ONE

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Agent Jim Huggins is embroiled in the largest case of his career. He was recruited shortly after graduating from Illinois. After a short stint with the Bureau the government set up a new agency that would concentrate on International Intelligence. Since he had a passion for intelligence he was offered a job within the new agency. He was assigned to the midwest office based in Chicago. What follows is an excerpt from the story.

The school bus stopped at the corner, the tall long haired blonde girl with designer cut jeans got on board and waved at the other students on the bus and said hello to the driver. Today I noticed it was not the same driver that drove the bus for the past three weeks. It was a young woman that appeared to be in her middle thirties with dark brown hair cropped short in a bob, she was not wearing a wedding band but she had a Bluetooth or something stuck in her left ear so she could communicate with whoever she was talking to. She acknowledged the blonde girl, looked at her student ID and checked her log sheet to make sure she was supposed to be on this bus. Then the bus proceeded down the street until it got to the next corner where it stopped to pick up other students.

As for me I could continue my surveillance. The blond girl named Elisia is the daughter of the man I am following. He is believed to be a spy from an eastern European country that was once part of the Soviet Union. Since the breakup of the Soviet Union most of the satellite countries have their own networks. Why he is under surveillance is not my concern, my boss Rodger
Allen McCray Field Supervisor Chicago offi ce of international intelligence (I.I.A.) issued the order. Keep an eye on Karl Buranski record his every move and keep an eye on his family to
see who they are in contact with.

COMMENTS FROM THE READERS THAT PROOFED MY STORY:
I really enjoyed the story and was very impressed by it. You added more depth to the characters and the story was very interesting. - DOTTIE N.

This story is not my usual type to read but I did enjoy it and kept turning the pages to see what happens next. I’m glad I read it. - LIBBY B.

The characters were all strong and you could relate to them. - JANET C

The ending was good and it left it open to do a new adventure down the road. - JENNIFER

Yes this story is definitely a go, I really really like the
story- you outdid yourself!! I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. - MAUREEN B.

After I read the first few chapters I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the whole story since the story was very easy to read. When I was asked if I wanted to proof the final draft I jumped at the chance to read the whole story. - WENDY W

Wow, I think you have hit upon something. Bravo and continue writing. - RAND M

While I was reading it, it was like hearing you telling the story. - GEORGE P
Agent Jim Huggins is embroiled in the largest case of his career. He was recruited shortly after graduating from Illinois. After a short stint with the Bureau the government set up a new agency that would concentrate on International Intelligence. Since he had a passion for intelligence he was offered a job within the new agency. He was assigned to the midwest office based in Chicago. What follows is an excerpt from the story.

The school bus stopped at the corner, the tall long haired blonde girl with designer cut jeans got on board and waved at the other students on the bus and said hello to the driver. Today I noticed it was not the same driver that drove the bus for the past three weeks. It was a young woman that appeared to be in her middle thirties with dark brown hair cropped short in a bob, she was not wearing a wedding band but she had a Bluetooth or something stuck in her left ear so she could communicate with whoever she was talking to. She acknowledged the blonde girl, looked at her student ID and checked her log sheet to make sure she was supposed to be on this bus. Then the bus proceeded down the street until it got to the next corner where it stopped to pick up other students.

As for me I could continue my surveillance. The blond girl named Elisia is the daughter of the man I am following. He is believed to be a spy from an eastern European country that was once part of the Soviet Union. Since the breakup of the Soviet Union most of the satellite countries have their own networks. Why he is under surveillance is not my concern, my boss Rodger
Allen McCray Field Supervisor Chicago offi ce of international intelligence (I.I.A.) issued the order. Keep an eye on Karl Buranski record his every move and keep an eye on his family to
see who they are in contact with.

COMMENTS FROM THE READERS THAT PROOFED MY STORY:
I really enjoyed the story and was very impressed by it. You added more depth to the characters and the story was very interesting. - DOTTIE N.

This story is not my usual type to read but I did enjoy it and kept turning the pages to see what happens next. I’m glad I read it. - LIBBY B.

The characters were all strong and you could relate to them. - JANET C

The ending was good and it left it open to do a new adventure down the road. - JENNIFER

Yes this story is definitely a go, I really really like the
story- you outdid yourself!! I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. - MAUREEN B.

After I read the first few chapters I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the whole story since the story was very easy to read. When I was asked if I wanted to proof the final draft I jumped at the chance to read the whole story. - WENDY W

Wow, I think you have hit upon something. Bravo and continue writing. - RAND M

While I was reading it, it was like hearing you telling the story. - GEORGE P

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