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A Game of Lies (Hannah Vogel, Book 3) by Rebecca Cantrell

By Rebecca Cantrell

Journalist Hannah Vogel returns in A video game of Lies via award-winning writer Rebecca Cantrell

In guidance for the 1936 Berlin Olympics, the Nazis have rid the streets of anti-Semitic fabric and different propaganda, and current a peace-seeking face to the realm. Journalist and part-time undercover agent for the British, Hannah Vogel, shudders to consider what lies less than the transitority coat of gloss.

Posing as commute reporter Adelheid Zinsli and lover of SS officer Lars Lang, Hannah has been amassing Nazi secrets and techniques from Lang and smuggling them again to Switzerland. sought after through the SS, her trip out and in of Germany has constantly been fraught with possibility, yet this journey is principally treacherous.

Surrounded by way of former colleagues who may possibly establish her, Hannah attempts to maintain a low profile whereas reporting at the video games as Adelheid. Her dating with Lang will get extra advanced as he sinks into alcoholism; the whispers she hears approximately his paintings within the SS provide her chills. Whose aspect is he on?

Hannah consents to fulfill her mentor, Peter Weill, on the Stadium, yet prior to he can demonstrate details that may reveal the Nazis, he dies in entrance of her. Hannah suspects poison.
Hannah needs to detect who killed Weill and get his mystery package deal abroad prior to the Olympics finish and the Nazis tighten their noose…and sooner than her precise id is published. And her accomplice could be the very one approximately to

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In Dating Dead Men, the viewpoint is that of the protagonist, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, called Wollie by her friends. The story is nonstop action, and Kozak’s thrusters, cliffhangers, and scene cuts work particularly well to keep the action zipping along as Wollie dates forty men in a sixty-day marathon and becomes entangled with a slew of bad guys after meeting the mysterious Doc at a mental hospital, where she’s visiting her brother. In the middle of chapter nine, Wollie receives a phone message from Doc, who has gone missing.

Chapter 3 cliffhangers & thrusters After a reader scans this first sentence, he’ll naturally want to know why Ben was kidnapped and by whom. Mitchard inserts thrusters throughout the opening moments of chapters and scenes, and these thrusters create emotional bombshells that require further reading to discover their implications and impact. In your own stories, look for ways to create intrigue with opening and closing sentences that create urgency laced with emotion. Bombshells aren’t the only ways to manipulate thrusters and cliffhangers into emotional high points.

And then determine if that outcome might work. Danger comes from arguments where the words are so vicious or heated that the pain will never be forgotten. It can stem from trust destroyed; innocence violated; passions quenched; and hopes shattered. The point is that, after these events, the protagonist’s situation worsens. Flashbacks Flashbacks are part of the roller coaster ride of structure because traveling back and forth in time can be dizzying and thrilling. Try inserting your flashbacks at different points in the scene.

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