ABOUT BOOK: When CIA Agent Bo Rider adopts a retired law enforcement dog for his family, teenagers Glenna and Gregg are surprised to discover Blaze’s special skills. They put the dog to work solving crimes, but a captured criminal seeks revenge forcing the kids to hide out at their grandparents’ Florida home. In Skeleton Key powerful villains connive to stop the teens from discovering their criminal enterprise. As Glenna and Gregg face high stakes, they find courage to keep pursuing justice. In Night Flight, the first stand alone novel in the Munsons’ Truth Seeker Series, the Rider family learns the true meaning of loving your neighbor as yourself. This is the debut thriller for young adults by these best-selling ExFeds who write factional fiction based on their careers.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Diane Munson has been an attorney for more twenty eight years. She served the U.S. Department of Justice as a Federal Prosecutor in Washington, D.C. Earlier, she served the Reagan Administration, appointed by Attorney General Edwin Meese, as Deputy Administrator of the Ofﬁce of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. She worked with the Justice Department, the U.S. Congress, and the White House on policy and legal issues. More recently she has been in a general law practice.
David Munson served as a Special Agent with the Naval Investigative Service (now NCIS), and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration over a 27-year career, where he often assumed undercover roles. He inﬁltrated international drug smuggling organizations. In that role he traveled with drug dealers, met their suppliers in foreign countries, helped fly their drugs to the U.S., then feigned surprise when shipments were seized by law enforcement. Later his true identity was revealed when he testiﬁed against the group members in court. While assigned to DEA headquarters in Washington, D.C., David served two years as a Congressional Fellow with the Senate Permanent subcommittee on Investigations.
As they travel to research and cloister to write, they thank the Lord for the blessings of faith and family. David and Diane Munson are collaborating on their next novel. www.DianeAndDavidMunson.com
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1. "Night Flight" is written about two teens, for teens. Based on your
experience, how much freedom should teens have for social media/cell
2. In "Night Flight" Blaze the law enforcement 'working dog' is one of the
heroes. Who is your favorite hero, and why?
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Hi, Y'all! I came here on a search for where to enter for the NCIS hat! Long ago I was on a search to find Waldo. Now I have graduated to looking for the NCIS hat (LOL). My husband likes to watch that program, and I get to enjoy it occasionally, too. Would be great to win that hat!
I think many teens are given too much freedom with what they can access with their cell phones, internet and social media. It would probably be best to have some kind of intermediary device that has limited access for those under a certain age...or for any who want or need limitations for access for whatever reason.
Blessings Y'all, Janice (from Atlanta---did the "y'all" give you a clue?)