|About the Book|
Camille Sarazin is the daughter of Anne Wilson, the beautiful journalist of Vantage Points and Midnight in Prague. Flying home from her mother’s funeral in Paris, she cannot avoid comparing their careers. A respected news anchor in Atlanta, CamilleMoreCamille Sarazin is the daughter of Anne Wilson, the beautiful journalist of Vantage Points and Midnight in Prague. Flying home from her mother’s funeral in Paris, she cannot avoid comparing their careers. A respected news anchor in Atlanta, Camille is restless for more substantive achievements, maybe a major story.An encounter with a handsome computer technician sparks her interest in a new phenomenon, the Internet. Soon, she discovers that her young friend is a fundamental Baptist, active in fighting abortion rights. She debates whether to break off the relationship or pursue a story on the motivations of religious militancy.Learning that her subject and his friends are going to Montana for a mysterious meeting, she manages to tag along and overhears talk about violent plans, which she assumes would be attacks on abortion clinics. Working with an FBI agent, she tries to uncover the plot, never suspecting its real target.Camille’s life is further complicated by the reappearance of a former lover, a state senator who once wanted to marry her. She broke this off once because of potential conflict with her career, but now she is torn again.As events accelerate to a climax, Camille finds herself not only the center of speculation, but also in a desperate struggle to save her life.Ken Libbey has a Ph.D. in political science from Syracuse University and taught at the University of Cincinnati before joining the U.S. General Accounting Office, where he evaluated government programs for the Congress. His first novel was Vantage Points, set in World War II. It was followed by Midnight in Prague, a novel about the origins of the Cold War.