Louise’s Blunder
by Sarah R. Shaber

Government worker Louise is blackmailed into investigating the suspicious death of a missing co-worker, with sinister consequences.

1940s, Washington DC. Government Girl Louise Pearlie is asked to review the file usage of a missing analyst from the Office of Strategic Services – the US’s wartime intelligence agency – only to learn he’d drowned in the Tidal Basin days before. OSS confirm it was an accident, and Louise is sent back to her regular job in the file rooms.

Her time spent investigating Paul Hughes at least has one positive outcome, though: Louise meets a young woman in the OSS Reading Room, who asks her to join her ‘salon’, where she is encouraged to talk about controversial issues like racial segregation and equal pay for women. Socializing with the women helps her cope with her beau Joe Prager’s transfer to New York City.

But Louise’s life soon takes a dangerous and sinister turn, and she can’t help but worry if she’ll wind up floating in the Tidal Basin herself . . .

Editions

Louise’s Blunder by Sarah R. Shaber is available in the following formats

Ebook97817801055811st October 2014N/A192$10.99
Ebook97817801055811st October 2014N/A192£8.99
Paperback97818475178901st October 2015140 X 215mm192$28.95
Paperback978184751789031st January 2017140 X 215mm192£12.99
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