Agent G: Infiltrator, Agent G: Saboteur

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Agent G: Infiltrator by [Phipps, C. T.]

Agent G: Saboteur by [Phipps, C. T.]

Here is the newest set of books I read by C.T. Phipps.  In book one, we find agent G sitting in a Mercedes Benz S-Klasse scoping out his next assassination assignment by his employer ‘International Refugee Society’. This International Refugee Society is a Black Opt business working in the shadows controlling the movers and shakers in the world governments. They recruit their agents and to make the agent the best they stripe the agent not only of their memories they take all emotions away as well. Then the company enhance the agent with IRD implant in the brain and other enhancements like quick healing and faster reflexes. Lastly the company takes their names replacing it with only a letter.

The company gives each agent an assistant to help control and complete the assignments. Agent G’s assistant is Marissa Sanchez, a recruited computer hacker from the Banio Maya or Los Mayans, the Mexican-American gang. G’s new assignment is to assassinate the head of rival ‘business’ the Carnevale in Italy, Caesar Lucio Biondi and his daughter, Lucita then rescue Dr. Marcus Gordon, lead researcher at Karma Corp Special Project Division. Dr. Gordon is the creator of ‘Black Technology’. Agent G is informed there is a mole in the company. He and his assistant is plunged into the unknown of who to trust.

In book two, ‘G’ is back  and things are in an up roar. ‘F’ was a mole then ‘G’ finds out his assistant is also a traitor. Can he rely on her and agent ‘S’ his undercover wife to unravel the mystery of the company or is he destined to fail on his newest assignment. ‘G’ is in a quandary of finding out his past, what he truly is, completing his assignment for the company and having a A.I. Super computer stored in his brain so it can escape the company into the world-wide web.

C.T. Phipps blends James Bond, The Six-Million Dollar man, Bladerunner, Cyborg, The Sixth Day, Mission Impossible, and Total Recall into a fast Sci-fi action pack adventure.

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Will-O Wisp

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Have you ever had the honor to see a wisp? Wisps are Celtic sprites that normally give glimpses of a person’s future. The Lord sometimes gives a wisp a special assignment. Will-O is one of these sprites. Her is to be the guardian of the descendants of Colin McGregor. She follows Colin to the New World and plunges her against a Hopi demonic legion.

My newest novella Will-O Wisp of Niagara Falls is now published and available both in print and eBook format. Will-O Wisps Ebook Cover

Book blurb: Will-O who is a wisp has been given a commission of guardian to the descendants of Colin McGregor. She has done well in her commission over the centuries until Ongwaterohiathe Whitehorse tries to rescue a young woman that has fallen overboard into the Niagara River, plunging him head long down into the terrifying world Mesa Soyok Wuhti, a Hopi demonic legion. Mesa Soyok Wuhti or Monster Woman seeks her victims out in the dead of the night for their heads to put in her basket she carries on her back or steal you away to her longhouse to fatten you up for her cauldron.

“Author Sue Raymond’s Will-O is a special story that combines both fact and fiction to keep the reader turning pages.”  by Kathryn Daugherty Novel and Short Story Writer
Author of A Case of Hearts and She Promised Her Heart

On Sale May 9, 2018. Print copy: $6.99 eBook: $2.99

I will be at Royal Readers@ Rosedale where I will be raffling off the dress Will-O is wearing on the cover and the beaded chest piece of Ongie’s on June 30th. Tickets will be $2.00 each. The drawing will be held at 5:00pm.

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You can find Will-O Wisp at the following links:

https://www.books2read.com/u/4XoqQ7
https://amzn.to/2I8zwqS

New Review of My Audio Novel ‘Healer of Surflex’

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I just received a five star review from Matthew Davenport. You can see it on Goodreads.com and Matthew’s blog https://authormatthewdavenport.wordpress.com. You can find the audio version of ‘Healer of Surflex’ https://www.audible.com/pd/Sci-Fi-Fantasy/Healer-of-Surflex-Audiobook/B071KZGFVD.

Matthew’s review:

While Healer of Surflex isn’t my usual read, the pleasurable voice of Kelly Montijo Fink made the audio a fun time. Healer of Surflex is hard fantasy, with a story rooted in a world of magic and warring factions of good and evil. Most of the populace isn’t aware of the battle for their very souls, but it’s happening.
Having not read a lot of fantasy, I have read some, and what makes Lady Laindora’s book unique is that I’ve never seen a fantasy book that incorporates Christian beliefs into a fantasy realm. Doing so makes this more like an Arthurian legend, minus Arthur.
The book follows Kerlia as she’s selected, birthed, and trained by an angel and the warriors for good to be a healer in the upcoming battle with this book’s version of Satan, Kernel. Kernel has control over a large portion of the Kingdom of Surflex, and the book is filled with people being possessed or warped and twisted by their beliefs and support of Kernel. Honestly, in the first chunk of the book, the way that some of these people get twisted and filled with such dark evil makes it look like a contagion of belief, and solidifies how Kernel must have taken hold.
Lady Laindora’s strengths are in her ability to show and not tell. The protagonist, Kerlia, is mute and a lot of the book is explaining how she interprets the world and how she communicates without dialogue (and sometimes with, when she is part of the fairy realm). There are character descriptions that become part of the story’s narrative, and locations that are described the same way. She does a great job of describing things without you realizing that she’s describing them.
Healer of Surflex, and a lot of it’s aspects, remind me much of The Sword of Truth series, by Terry Brooks. The fairies and pixies that train her even reminding me of Zed the old wizard. They are funny but with purpose. At the same time, the style of the fight against evil gave me a feeling of Eragon with less dragons. Finally, there’s angels, God as we know him, and others aspects of this book that have a strong Christianity bend.
This is epic/battle fantasy with a theme, and it is done very well.

New Cover Reveal

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I am so excited about the draft of the cover of my new novel ‘Will-O Wisp’. It is one step closer to be published. I am waiting on the editing then comes formatting and submitting it for publication. The beta readers’ reviews are coming in with great comments. Stay tune for the reveal of publication date. I will be auctioning off Will-O’s dress that she is wearing on the cover at

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Also I will be auctioning off Ongie’s beaded chest piece. So take a chance to get fabulous memorabilia of Will-O Wisp along with a personalized copy of Will-O Wisp.

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Will-O Wisp of Niagara Falls

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Another mile stone down, only six more to go. I finally finished the rough draft of Will-O Wisp of Niagara Falls. Now comes the hard part of finding Beta readers, receiving their feed back, editing, formatting, cover art approval, back of the book blurb, publishing and promoting it.

Will-O Wisp is an urban fantasy set in the Niagara Falls area where Will-O who is a wisp has been given a commission of guardian to the descendants of Colin McGregor. She has done well in her commission over the centuries until Ongwaterohiathe Whitehorse tries to rescue a young woman that has fallen overboard into the Niagara River, plunging him head long down into the terrifying world Mesa Soyok Wuhti, a Hopi demonic legion. Mesa Soyok Wuhti or Monster Woman seeks her victims out in the dead of the night for their heads to put in her basket she carries on her back or steal you away to her longhouse to fatten you up for her cauldron.

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For those who would like to have a chance at being able to be a Beta reader that gives feed back in a timely matter you can message me at authorsueraymond@gmail.com.

Stay tune for more info to come in the near future.

Two Local Book Stores Carrying Great Books

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101 E. Salem Ave. Indianola Iowa 50125

{515} 961-0391

10- 6 Mom. – Fri. 9 -3 Sat

Read a Book Nook

103 East Linn Street Marshalltown, Iowa 50158

hours: 10-5 Mon -Fri.

(641) 328-4308

There is two brick and mortar stores that are now carrying my novels. They are Page Turners Book Store in Indianola, Iowa and Read a Book Nook in Marshalltown, Iowa. Page Turners has my crime murder mystery series where as Read a Book Nook has every book I have written. Buy from them for no shipping and handling,  waiting for your purchase, or out of stock like you do online. My novels consist of the DeBois crime murder mystery series, a Drama- Resin La Rock, Thriller- Window Pane, and Fantasy- Healer of Surflex. All my novels are also in Ebook formats and Healer of Surflex is also in audio from ACX.