The Peacock Trilogy

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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 Room 1515, the first in The Peacock Trilogy, Book 1.

©2012 Bill Wetterman (P)2013 Bill Wetterman
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  • Book 1

    • Room 1515

    • The Peacock Trilogy, Volume 1
    • By: Bill Wetterman
    • Narrated by: Amy Gramour
    • Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins
    • Unabridged
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    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.

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