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Book Note: Jamie McFarlane, Fool Me Once

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This is book 2 of the "Privateer Tales" series.

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This note contains spoilers for the book.

[an error occurred while processing this directive] I'm still in the process of reading this book.

Second book. Overlaps by hours the end of the first book, and jumps to a new first-person narraotr, Celina Dontal. She was with the pirates, a prisoner / slave, and helped Liam Hoffen in that battle.

Liam frees her, with prisoners (who she doesn't space, she lets them have a life pod after half an hour), and lets her have the ship.

So, she's off. Her problem is finding her younger sister, who she was taking care of.

Red Houzi, particularly Alexander Boyarov, is after her, though. And they seem to be far to good at finding her. Luckily she stumbles across a custom clothing-maker whose daughter Natalia (Tali) is a retired Special Forces soldier and a private investigator, and who has friends.

With her help, and some desperate luck, she actually does recover her sister Jenny. (Who then shows up in the next book, along with Talia and friends.)

 


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