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Morgan Winfeld’s New York Adventure


Join Morgan as she heads to New York for what starts out to be a romance scam and cyber crime investigation but ends up involving zombies…except everyone knows zombies aren’t real.
In order to get to the bottom of things, Morgan needs help from an international team of experts, from computer hackers to a bizarre remedy so that Morgan’s thoughts can’t be read by others. But is it enough? Is it ever quite enough?



Move over, James Bond, and make way for the formidable new Canadian spy – Morgan Winfeld! Pam Robertson, author of Border Pieces, has given us the gift of a quick witted, Scotch swilling, and sometimes quirky new heroine in Winfeld. The story’s plot is full of twists and turns and is heavy on suspense, and its pace is lightning-fast, but Robertson still manages to build captivating, magnetic characters who will excite your imagination…and capture your heart. Morgan and Agent Jake Rory embark upon a clandestine government mission that rockets from historic Halifax, Nova Scotia to the rough oil sands city of Fort McMurray in northern Alberta. When their mission in the wilds of Canada ends in an explosive finale, the duo move on to romantic Ireland for some much needed R&R before beginning their next assignment…R&R that brings not only an astounding personal revelation for Morgan, but a closeness that neither she nor Jake had anticipated. A page-turning thriller from start to finish, Border Pieces ended much too soon and left me wanting more. Congratulations on a story well-written, Pam Robertson, and I certainly hope you continue Morgan’s saga in the very near future!

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Pam Robertson got excited about writing when her sixth grade teacher asked her to ghost write a story. It was the first of many writing adventures and publishing credits, including short stories, curriculum, a series of three journals, and a food column.