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Cast of Characters from The Protectors

... Cast of Characters from The Protectors...
ost novels do not include a list of characters, although I have read some with them. Tolstoy readers would likely appreciate it. Plays do. Scripts don’t. Not sure what the thinking is, but I didn’t include it with my novel. I had a feeling I’d be shot if I had suggested it, but with the internet, I can provide such a list and here is the list of the major players in my first novel The Protectors (A Thriller).

Black Carr Security Consultants Limited
Baird Carr, Former CIA Officer, Co-founder, Owner
Emerson Black, Former Secret Service Agent, Co-founder, Owner
Sarah Bishop, Former FBI Agent, Senior Consultant
Debra Paeytonne, Office Administrator
Beth, Receptionist
Stephen Tedeschi, Former Secret Service Agent, Consultant
Nigel, Independent Consultant

U.S. Secret Service
Ken Milton, Director
Richard Heyward, Retired Agent
Julian Constance, Agent, Killed in Assassination Attempt
Trisha Evrington, Agent
Terry Flannon, Agent
O. Payne, Agent

White House
J. McIntyre, President, 2 Terms (1997-2004)
Neil Walters, Vice Present & Presidential Candidate
Ackland, Attorney General

Martin Comrie, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence
Jessica, Briefing Co-ordinator

Detective Mendez, Fairfax County, Virginia
Detective Brooks, D.C. Metro
Detective Sabien, D.C. Metro
Patrol Officer, Maryland State Police

Orbitz & Henderson, Chartered Accountants,
Nassau, The Bahamas
Herman Orbitz, CA, Partner
Edward Henderson, CA, Partner

Arthur Cowlings, Vietnam veteran, Convicted in assassination attempt
Stewart Dent, Defence Lawyer for Cowlings
Ben Greenberg, Reporter, Washington Post
Jane Carr, Ex-wife
Helen Black, Wife
Camilla Calera, Housekeeper for the Blacks
George Miglio, Manager for Corporate Accounts, D.C. Bank
Martha Broadhead, Corporate Accounts, NYC, United Financial
Peter Seegard, Relationship Manager, Private Wealth Management, Orange Ocean & Trust, British Virgin Islands
Dorothy Maringer, Mother, Berkley, California
Erin Maringer, Daughter
Esther Appier, Mother, San Francisco, California
Holly Appier, Daughter

Black Carr Security Consultants Limited, Washington, D.C.
Posted 2011/09/16 at 17h57ET in The Protectors (A Thriller).


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