A Rachel Porter Mystery
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.
Men who don't want to commit. Men who do want to commit.
An woman who can take on Schwarzenegger, eat an entire box of Mallomars, and still look like Sharon Stone.
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.
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