After being accused of murder, the daughter of the head of a secret black-ops organization, flees her sheltered world to prove her innocence but finds her life as do-gooder secret agent may not be the fun and games her father led her to believe.

    Raised by Wolves

    Paul Clarke Samurai Asked on March 29, 2013 in Public.
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      It’s incredibly long. Shorten it to something like “After a murder accusation, the daughter of a black-ops [general?] must become a secret agent to prove her innocence.” It doesn’t have to be that exactly, but boil it down to its essence.

      wallss55 Default Reviewed on April 2, 2013.
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