Updated: Mar 11
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After being the CIA’s elegant and effective loose cannon for almost fifteen years, Agent Royce Bradshaw finds himself in Hopkins Creek, a sylvan sanctuary on the outskirts of the Beltway. The dashing spy is disillusioned with the current administration’s disdain for its intelligence agencies and struggling with his conscience when a mission that should have been a walk in the park takes a dangerous and mysterious turn.
Grant Weatherly is a different kind of hero. He believes he’s broken after the devastating loss of his husband but the widower’s tentative, hungry touches test Royce’s sanity and control. Our rakish agent thinks he’s found the perfect cover but it soon becomes obvious that the Chinese spies next door might be the least interesting residents of the quiet town.
Nothing in Hopkins Creek is what it seems. Neighbors are spies, hairdressers are eccentric oracles, soccer dads are sirens and something sinister is afoot. Royce becomes enchanted with the simple pleasures of the suburban life and Grant learns that you can be heartbroken, have depression and anxiety but still be capable of brave and exciting things.