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By Steven Savile

This is the first Agent Ex novel by Robinson, who has already made something of a splash with two unrelated humorous spy novels, Spy Games and Spy Candy published by Zebra. THE SPY WHO LEFT ME takes a dash of mystery, a splash of sexy spies, and some particularly Bondian car chases to mix a refreshing cocktail action and sizzling hot romance that makes for a perfect winter night’s reading.

Don’t you just hate when you go on vacation and run into your ex? It wouldn’t have been so bad for Treflee Miller if she’d just been tipped off he was coming. She’d have brought the divorce papers for him to sign. But life is full of surprises when you’re married to a world-class spy, especially when the Mr in the Mr & Mrs isn’t particular enamored with the idea of getting divorced. Still being in love can be a pain in the butt like that, but for his part, Ty can understand why his wife is tired of playing Mrs. James Bond. Who wouldn’t be? The perfect spy makes a pretty lousy husband. But for the sake of national security, and Treflee’s safety, no matter how bad things get on this assignment, he can’t risk blowing his cover. There’s a host of people in this holiday paradise trying to kill both of them, but Ty’s got his hands full trying to fend off the advances of bridesmaids who have set their sights on him, and enemy operatives who have very different set of sights aimed at him.

THE SPY WHO LEFT ME, published by St. Martin’s Press on November 1st 2011, firmly establishes Gina Robinson as one of today’s most exciting new authors of romantic suspense. It’s bold, it’s brassy, it’s full of spy-goodness with a wicked sense of humor that’ll leave you both shaken and stirred.


Gina Robinson has always been a storyteller. An avid book lover, she grew up reading romance, mysteries, and suspense novels, but majored in Electrical Engineering. Eventually Gina gave up the glamorous engineering life for the equally glamorous life of a stay-at-home mom. Her first published novels received rave reviews, establishing Gina as one of today’s most exciting new authors of romantic suspense. THE SPY WHO LEFT ME releases from St. Martin’s Press on November 1, 2011.

To learn more about Gina, please visit her website, and take a moment to watch her book trailer.

Steven Savile