Room 1515 "You can't just pout and decide you don't want to play anymore" quote from Point of no Return [the movie]
Book Description: International Thriller. A female agent named Peacock is sent on a mission to woo and win the heart of the world’s most powerful powerbroker. Her job is to learn his secrets and foil his plans. Instead, she falls in love. A story of the balance of world financial power, betrayal, and romance. Pour two ounces of the most powerful financier in the world. Mix in two ounces of America's most treacherous female spy. Stir in betrayal and love. Room 1515!
Power, greed, violence, international intrigue all fit into Room 1515. I found Room 1515 to be a very well written CIA, financial takeover, espionage type novel. In some ways it reminds me of the movie "Point of no Return" staring Bridget Fonda back in the 90's, as well as La Femme Nakita.
Peacock takes her job very seriously. She moves up the ranks in the CIA to become the "top notch" female spy. Start reading this one early or you'll find yourself up at the wee hours until you've reached that very last page.
I received this book free from the author and was asked to give my honest opinion. I did enjoy reading Room 1515 and would read other books by Bill Wetterman.