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Finding Doom - TSO #1 - cover

Finding Doom - TSO #1

R.E. Klinzing

Publisher: Cross Path Publishing

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Amelia Zegro wakes up in the hospital with no memory of her tragic accident.  She knows it has something to do with her secret life as a teen spy.  Known as Agent Z, Amelia works for the Teen Spy Organization (T.S.O).  As she tries to work out the sorted details of her lost memory, she is assigned a new and dangerous case, a case that brings her on a collision course with Doom, a notorious criminal with whom she has an ominous connection. As Agent Z uncovers clues about her past, she realizes she has been looking in the wrong direction. She must decide who she can trust and uncover the truth before it's too late. Can Amelia piece together the details in time to rewrite a wrong and stop Doom from succeeding in his plan?

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