The Lives of Dorothy Proctor
from Street Criminal to International Special Agent
by Dorothy Proctor and Fred Rosen
Before she was eighteen, traveling between Canada and New York, Dorothy became a hooker, drug dealer, street criminal, convict, prison escapee and concubine. Then she met Canadian Mountie Stan Dumanskie, who realized that Dorothy's skills of disguise could be used on the right side of the law.
In this thriller of international intrigue and high-voltage tension, Dorothy Proctor's multi-faceted heritage and her chameleon-like ability to blend in allow her to infiltrate Mafia families, the Chinese Triad and even a Sikh terrorist group plotting to murder the Prime Minister of India.
"Suspenseful and absorbing."
— Publishers Weekly
"Exciting story about a plucky woman."
— Toledo Blade
*Film rights sold to Les Productions Tele-Action, Inc.
A New Horizon Press Release
6 x 9, 245 pages
LC# 94-66762, world rights
ISBN: 0-88282-099-0 (hc), $22.95