Our story begins the way many do – with a man and a woman. Except this was no ordinary woman…
And the man she was hunting wasn’t an ordinary man…he was her arch-nemesis, the Basque terrorist Eduardo. He was also the man who held a piece of her heart; that is, when he wasn’t trying to kill her.
She knew that if she was to stay one step ahead of him, she needed to catch the 16:46 train
With Eduardo’s goons right on her heels it was down to the wire. Would she be able to board the train without catching their attention?
Our heroine makes it safely to the city where Eduardo maintains a pied-à-terre, sure she’ll be able to run him to ground. But first, she makes a small stop to refresh herself at her favourite gallery.
Across the street she spies his henchmen, snooping around a secret government building.
Slowly she turns and unleashes her special weapon.
Mata-Hari has nothing on her.
She’s been trained by the best:
Seeking an advantage
He won’t escape her for long because she knows Eduardo’s secret weakness.
And she’ll be waiting
The Details: Anna Perenna Shawlette