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Stockholm Syndrome

By: Miranda MacLeod
Narrated by: Stephanie Murphy
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Summary

When a spy dials a wrong number, could it be the connection of a lifetime?

Leigh is a secret agent in peril whose life depends on reaching her agency's emergency hotline. But when she dials the local public radio pledge drive by mistake, a spy-obsessed office temp named Amanda becomes her only hope for rescue. 

Amanda thinks it's an exciting game of make-believe until dangerous elements from Leigh's past force her to reveal her true identity and take Amanda with her on the run. 

The answers lie in Stockholm, but whether Leigh should be more frightened of the Russian mobsters who want her dead or Amanda when she realizes she's been lied to is anyone's guess. One thing is certain. If they can figure out a way to work together, the seasoned agent and the savvy civilian just might make the perfect team!

©2017 Miranda MacLeod (P)2022 Miranda MacLeod

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book2?

really enjoyable bond style spy caper, with villains plots double crosses but with lesbian romance as a twist, an accidental meeting leads a spy wannabe temp into a fight and flight for life to Sweden, loved the flirtatious banter and great narration, hope there's a book 2 for the new temp agency.

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  • Kathleen Andrea
  • 29-10-22

halerious

Loved the book. Only Maranda McLeod could come up with this story. The narrator, however. made me wish I had bought the print version.

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  • Tammi
  • 28-09-22

Very Good. Sequel, Please!!

I loved this book. I really didn’t want it to end. I always enjoy the humor Miranda Macleod brings without washing out the seriousness that is also offered.
I so liked the premise of the story and the direction the author took it in. Though this is not a cliffhanger situation, I seriously think this could be a fantastic series!!
Stephanie Murphy is perfect!

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  • Carolyn G. Manuel
  • 25-09-22

I Spy

Leigh is a spy and is trapped in the trunk of a wrecked car trying to remember the emergency hotline number for the Agency. Amanda is working the night shift of the NPR station during a fundraiser who loves all things about spying and spies. It’s the start of a great adventure while fleeing a Russian mobster. Marvelous author and narration.

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  • Sab
  • 02-09-22

Excellent

I loved this book and I think I will get the 2 others in the series. Miranda MacLeod has definitely an amazing imagination to create a story like this one. Nd Stephany Murphy knows how to narrating it very well.

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  • Steph M
  • 04-08-22

Ok book.

A bit unrealistic, but decent read. The MC, Amanda was problematic. She was whiney at times, demanded to be 'read in' in a law enforcement operation and be part of the 'team'. Which in itself is ridiculous, sure let's toss in a civilian to help with a case. Yes I know it's fictional, sooo I will overlook that part. The narrator was sub-par, hard to distinguish between the characters. The romance was vanilla, no real sex scenes.