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EVANGELINE



EVANGELINE'S GHOST: HOUDINI
EVANGELINE'S GHOST
CODE NAME: EVANGELINE


Evangeline: Dead or Alive…
It's your choice!

In Code Name: Evangeline Victoria Méliès is very much alive, and joins the British Secret Intelligence Service to help find her brother, who has been taken prisoner by the Nazis. Her journey takes her from Paris to London and then across the Atlantic on the Queen Mary, as she heads to New York. There, she meets and mingles with high society, Broadway stars and a few Nazi sympathizers as she tries to secure the release of her brother, William. Victoria's undercover efforts do not end with that mission. Indeed, she is so highly regarded as an unlikely spy, she is used by the SIS for several more sensitive missions.


However, doing the bidding of the SIS can be dangerous work, and Victoria is eventually forceed to meet her maker (or at least, one of his emissaries). Evangeline's Ghost follows our intrepid spy's escapades, when she is eventually forced to transition into the ether of Heaven and Earth.


As a ghost, Evangeline has uncovered an assassination plot against President Harry Truman, been tasked with helping a teenage girl from France find out what happened to her father who disappeared while demonstrating an illusion for magician Harry Houdini, and is now being assigned to stop Bolshevik anarchists from blowing up a bridge.


Being a ghost, Evangeline can travel through time and space in the blink of eye, and her missions have taken her to 1946, 1926, and now 1918, all eras taking place during her lifespan and easy for a fairly new ghost to manage. But with each mission, Evangeline picks up a few more supernatural tricks, much to the consternation of her superiors - the Celestial Hierarchy and the Collective. And she is constantly being called on the carpet to answer for her transgressions.



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In Code Name: Evangeline Victoria Méliès is very much alive, and joins the British Secret Intelligence Service to help find her brother, who has been taken prisoner by the Nazis. Her journey takes her from Paris to London and then across the Atlantic on the Queen Mary, as she heads to New York. There, she meets and mingles with high society, Broadway stars and a few Nazi sympathizers as she tries to secure the release of her brother, William. Victoria's undercover efforts do not end with that mission. Indeed, she is so highly regarded as an unlikely spy, she is used by the SIS for several more sensitive missions.


However, doing the bidding of the SIS can be dangerous work, and Victoria is eventually forceed to meet her maker (or at least, one of his emissaries).
Evangeline's Ghost follows our intrepid spy's escapades, when she is eventually forced to transition into the ether of Heaven and Earth.


As a ghost, Evangeline has uncovered an assassination plot against President Harry Truman, been tasked with helping a teenage girl from France find out what happened to her father who disappeared while demonstrating an illusion for magician Harry Houdini, and is now being assigned to stop Bolshevik anarchists from blowing up a bridge.


Being a ghost, Evangeline can travel through time and space in the blink of eye, and her missions have taken her to 1946, 1926, and now 1918, all eras taking place during her lifespan and easy for a fairly new ghost to manage. But with each mission, Evangeline picks up a few more supernatural tricks, much to the consternation of her superiors - the Celestial Hierarchy and the
Collective. And she is constantly being called on the carpet to answer for her transgressions.



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Victoria Méliès is one of the most beautiful women living in postwar Europe. She lives a life of privilege, and few people suspect that she works as a spy for MI6 under the code name: Evangeline. On her way to the Nuremburg Trials, an assassin’s bullet finds her before she can testify. She's immediately transported to the Pearly Gates where Saint Peter insists on calling her by her code name and assigns her to an eternity in Purgatory. But that just won’t do for the elegant operative, who demands that she be allowed to avenge her untimely death.


Evangeline soon finds herself in New York City, where she is incensed to see her old nemesis, Bunny Stanton, is alive and kicking and masquerading as a British peer. The spectral spy believes Bunny is involved in a plot to assassinate Harry S. Truman and tries to protect the American president.

However, Evangeline quickly discovers being a ghost has its limitations, and an afterlife handbook filled with regulations could land Evangeline on the road to hell because of her good intentions.


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Evangeline has been recruited into the Celestial Hierarchy’s version of the CIA, and she’s ready to take on her first official assignment. She and her old flame, Christian, are asked to help 16-year-old Gabriella find her father—an inventor who disappeared in 1925 while demonstrating a new illusion for the famous magician, Harry Houdini. The task sounds simple enough but there’s a problem. The trio of ghosts need to make contact with Houdini who is on a public tour to debunk psychics, clairvoyants, and charlatans. As far as he’s concerned, ghosts do not exist.

If Evangeline can’t get through to Houdini, she will have failed her first mission, and Gabriella’s heart will break. But more importantly, she may have to bend the Celestial Hierarchy’s very rigid rules of ghostly comportment in an attempt to contact the magician, and that could result in her losing her privilege to return to Earth to bring her own assassin to justice.



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