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The Jessica Project (Book) - 2/22/2003 2:18:41 PM
If you are finding your spy novel reading becoming a bit mundane and repetitive, I suggest you pick up a copy of “The Jessica Project.” Author Thomas Farrell has taken a tightly constructed assassin-for-hire thriller and projects it through a sexual prism, which separates but confuses our notion of exactly what masculine and feminine mean. The main character, Jesse Barrett, oozes masculinity as a successful assassin working for a Mexican drug cartel. Once he is cornered by federal agents, his only way out is to cooperate with the government authorities disguised as a woman called Jessica. His government handler. Kristin Fox, oozes her own sexuality except she now plays for the other side, sexually speaking that is. As the fast-paced adventure moves forward, Kristin finds herself attracted to our main character. But who is she attracted to sexually: Jesse or Jessica? Will she fall for Jesse because she now knows him as a woman or will she make love to Jessica knowing that she is a man? Rushing alongside this sexual gender-bending subplot, is a first-rate adventure novel crisscrossing the world with enough twists and turns to satisfy the most demanding spy novel enthusiast. The story culminates in a series of confrontations: Jessica and the government; Jesse and the cartel; Kristin and her employer; and lastly, Jesse/Jessica, Kristin and their sexual identities. How will it all be resolved? Do yourself a favor--- get this book and find out.

The Jessica Project (Book) - 10/27/2002 1:21:18 PM
sounds great I want to read it.

Lost in Time (Short Story) - 9/1/2004 5:53:46 PM
That is amazing. I've heard "true" stories of reincarnation, and they all seem so amazing...there's one story about a girl reincarnated after the sinking of the Titanic

Lost in Time (Short Story) - 10/11/2003 1:15:45 AM
What a fantastic story, I was spellbound. I just hope the new baby girl managed to live out a normal life through to old age!! Funny thing is, one of the first girls to die in the bombing of an RAF camp here in the UK during WWII, was during the Battle of Britain. I was born during that battle and went on to join the WRAF, in the same trade, Air Defence Operator!!!! Jackie

Missing the Cut (Short Story) - 7/16/2003 12:04:58 PM
I've read several of Mr. Farrell's other works, and I can safely say that this is my favorite of his writings. Having practically grown up on the golf course, and having a professional golfer as a family friend, the whole background of the tournament and the play rings true. As far as the almost-magical abilities of Revlon's new line of cosmetics, I think I'll defer comment until I find it in the stores. *laughs* This is a great story, and I can't recommend it highly enough. - Kim

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