Sue Chamblin Federick - The Unwilling Spy

May 19th, 2012 · 1 hr 30 mins

About this Episode

Aingeal Rose & Ahonu interview fiction author Sue Chamblin Frederick on her first book, "The Unwilling Spy". She is known as a sweet Southern belle, a woman whose eyelashes are longer than her fingers, her lips as red as a Georgia sunset. Yet, behind the feminine facade of a Scarlett-like ingénue, lies an absolute and utterly calculating mind - a mind that harbors hints of genius - a genius she uses to write books that will leave you spellbound. A warning! She's dangerous - only six degrees from a life filled with unimaginable adventures - journeys that will plunge her readers into a world of breath-taking intrigue. Put a Walther PPK pistol in her hands and she will kill you. Her German is so precise, she'd fool Hitler. Her amorous prowess? If you have a secret, she will discover it - one way or the other.

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