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Room 1515 (The Peacock Trilogy) [Kindle Edition]

Bill Wetterman
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Book Description

Agent Peacock doesn’t argue. She disables people.

Secret Agent Peacock spies on congressmen and lobbyists in Room 1515 of the Emerald Hotel in Washington D.C. She is a trained killer and a superb seductress.

Arthur Pendleton plays on the short-term greed of capitalists and politicians, amassing gold with each transaction. His goal is to collapse the world’s economy and establish a one-world government.

Peacock goes on a mission to win the heart of Pendleton and thwart his plans, even if she has to marry him. She learns about a plot to assassinate the President. She also learns she’s pregnant. The decisions she makes will determine the fate of the world.

A fan of Tom Clancy, the author weaves themes of political and international intrigue into The Peacock Trilogy - Book 1.

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About the Author

Bill Wetterman is a freelance writer and published author. Bill’s interest in international politics and world spheres of influence helps him weave stories of intrigue and espionage in international settings. The stories he writes not only could happen, but also may be happening right now. Room 1515, his international, political thriller is one. Bill’s short stories have been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul and Storyteller Magazine. His short story, The Family Tree, was acknowledged in the Writer’s Digest 2011 Short Story Anthology. Bill is a member of the Oklahoma Writer’s Federation Inc. and the Tulsa Nightwriters. Room 1515 won the thriller competition at OWFI in 2011. His short story, The Family Tree, placed eighth in the Writer’s Digest Short Story Contest for genre fiction in 2011 out of 11,800 entries. His newest novel, The Fifth Step came out in October 2012 and won acclaim as a new genre of fiction. To contact Bill, email him at bwetterman@cox.net.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 885 KB
  • Print Length: 370 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B6HQSA2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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3.0 out of 5 stars it's ok not so great 16 April 2013
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It is ok, though it could have been a bit more faster. The story moves along a bit too slowly
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Reading 1 April 2013
By Liz
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It was not the sort of book that I normally read, but once I started reading, I just could not put it down. It was well written and the storyline was interesting. It is one I will keep and reread.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Espionage, Politics and a bit of Sci-Fi 30 April 2013
By MBP - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This book was fast paced and complex. The reader is well advised to take their time, or they may miss something. What makes this book different from other such thrillers is the depth of Peacock's character, the assassin generated by a not-so-implausible secret arm of the government.
4.0 out of 5 stars Lots of violence but well-written 23 Dec. 2013
By Ruth A. Hill - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
What I can say is this is not your typical "thriller" or "spy novel." This will be unlike anything you have ever read--I know it was for me. I have finished it, and I am still not one hundred percent sure what happened or exactly how I feel about it. I am left with more questions than when I began.

I was greatly intrigued by the view of God in this book. I was often led to believe that Arthur Pendleton was a Christian and that possibly Peacock was too, or at least was at one point in her life. The view of God was that Jesus Christ was a real person, the Son of God, and he died for our sins. I struggled to understand how Arthur could believe that so strongly and still do the things he did. And it also seemed like he was the one who was trying to bring about an end to this world and true world peace. This definitely had some "End Times" elements as stated in the Bible, but nothing ended like I thought it might.

The love story between Peacock and Arthur was probably the strength of the book. I longed to continue the book so I could see the outcome of their relationship. I feel rather unfulfilled in that area, but I will give no spoilers. I was pleased that we never got an intimate look into their bedroom. Sex was implied between them and throughout other portions of the book, but nothing was detailed in that area.

I was also surprised at the relatively low use of profanity in the book. There was some mild profanity, but it was extremely limited. That made the book a much more enjoyable read than other books in this genre. It showed me that most of the time, rampant profanity is not important in advancing a story like this.

There are times that this story is rather hard to follow. It is sometimes rather scientific and technical, and it took me a while to keep the characters straight. For the most part, the characters were well-developed, and the intrigue was very will written.

It was most difficult to read about the violence in the book. I will be honest--I was finishing this book about the time of the terrible movie massacre in Colorado, and it was hard to read about the sometimes senseless violence in the book in light of the news. I cannot fault the author for that. But the violence is written in a simple, forthright way that sometimes shocked me.

I have chosen to give this book a rating of a four mainly because the book is written in a smart way, and it is highly unusual. It also has the moral features I mentioned earlier in the review. If you are looking for a book that is definitely different than anything you have ever read, you may want to check this book out.

I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.
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