Woman Without a Name
A woman agent for the National Security Agency arrives in Los Alamos, N.M., to investigate the death of another agent. His death looks like an accident, but she's convinced he was murdered by foreign spies who are trying to obtain secrets about the B61 nuclear bomb from Los Alamos National Laboratories. The nation is embarking on an $8 billion, multi-year program to refurbish the B61, which everyone knows will draw foreign operatives to the area — just as invention of the atomic bomb at Los Alamos did in the 1940s. This is a 99-cent short story.
"Woman Without a Name" is also included in a collection of short stories titled Guest Bedroom: Collected Stories, which is available as a print paperback. To see more details on the collection, click on the paperback cover to the left.
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