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Jessica Speart's
A Rachel Porter Mystery
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Name of Detective:
After trying three other names, and still bombing out as an actress, I decided what the hell. I might as well stick with the one I was born with. My name is Rachel Porter.
My hometown of New York is a lot like my life--small and cluttered apartments; fast and greasy take-out food; and can use a general overhaul.
As a government employee, I consider the matter of my age to fall under the guidelines of our country's military policy. In other words, Don't ask. Don't tell.
Being a female agent of the Fish and Wildlife Service is similar to being the target on a duck hunt. You have to keep you head down, your butt covered, fly as fast as you can, and hope that your boss is a lousy shot.
Pet Peeves:
Men who don't want to commit. Men who do want to commit.
Role Model:
An woman who can take on Schwarzenegger, eat an entire box of Mallomars, and still look like Sharon Stone.
Marital Status:
Take away cooking, cleaning and compromise, and marriage doesn't sound half bad.
Life is like a good plastic surgeon. If things go right, all you need are the few essential nips and tucks.
Books Published:
Gator Aide (1997)
Tortoise Soup (1998)
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