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Amanda Younger Girl Detective
by Yancey Lane  Bunny Mcleod 

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Publisher:  Createspace ISBN-10:  1463654286 Type: 
Pages: 

92

Copyright:  Oct. 08, 2011 ISBN-13:  9781463654283
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A girl wakes up with memories of being a spy and must find out who she's suppose to be.

The girl woke up. She was in a hospital and things seemed changed. All she could remember for sure was that her name was Amanda, or was it? She climbed out of bed and hurried past the startled nurse into the bathroom and stared at herself in the mirror.

She was a young girl, about eleven years old. Were her memories of having been a 26 year old top agent for one of the leading security agencies of the United States simply dreams or were they reality and what she was seeing now was simply a dream and she would soon wake up?

Amanda soon found herself a part of the foster child system, because of course no eleven year old could be living on her own. Who was Uncle Teddy? Join Amanda as she proves that child or adult, she is still a top agent and you can be part of this wondrous adventure.

Excerpt
“Hello there, young lady, it’s good to see you waking up,” said a voice. “I’m Nurse Judy. I understand you’ve had quite an adventure to tell your parents about. How do you feel?”
The girl in the hospital bed, tried to fight off the sleepy feeling she was experiencing and see what was going on. “Young lady, an adventure to tell my parents about?” she thought to herself. “She sounds like she’s talking to a child, not somebody twenty-six years old. Oh I hurt so.” She moved her arm and was astonished to see that it was much smaller than she had expected it to be. “What the heck?” she exclaimed, forcing herself into a sitting position and sliding off the bed.
“Amanda, wait, what do you think your doing?” exclaimed Nurse Judy.
“Bathroom,” muttered the girl and hurried across the room. Shutting the bathroom door and turning on the light she stared at herself in the mirror. Instead of the reflection of her twenty-six year old self which she expected to see, she saw herself as a child, probably about eleven years old. She felt her head starting to reel, and grabbed onto the sink to support herself. “I’ve got to hold on, got to hold on,” she told herself. “I’ve got to figure out what’s happening.” She reached out and touched the mirror. “I’m a kid, but I know that’s not right. Amanda, that nurse called me. I know that’s sort of right, that’s the name I’m supposed to be using on this mission. I know I work for the agency, I’m one of their top agents, but I’m not a kid, I’m twenty-six years old. My head, I’ve been hurt, I can’t remember stuff. I know I was supposed to locate the Professor. I got the assignment because he was one of my tutors and then one of my professors in college and we got along pretty well. Besides, the chief figured I’d have a better chance of recognizing him, even if he disguised himself. But I’ve been hurt, my head is all fuzzy, I can’t remember who I am, just my cover name, Amanda and I don’t remember the last name I’m supposed to be using. And is it real? I mean, folks don’t go from being twenty-six years old to being a little kid. Not really. Is my being an adult just a dream? I don’t remember what’s happened.”


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