The Yellow Packard by Ace Collins

1937: after young Rose Hall is kidnapped her family sells their ‘cursed’ yellow Packard. As FBI agent Helen Meeker tries to find Rose the Packard impacts several lives. In the end could it be key to cracking the case?

Helen Meeker wins respect and faces setbacks as a woman in a male field. The lives impacted by the Packard are everyday people struggling with the Great Depression, the onset of WWII and life. The Packard’s impact touches on a larger plan in life and the challenges of hoping. Helen’s struggles, the Packard, and other elements give a look back into 1937 to 1941. The Yellow Packard offers Christian suspense set in the 1930s to 1940s and a female protagonist choosing a traditional male role.

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Interested in learning more about the history of women in the FBI? Check out resources such as the FBI website “Women Special Agents Gallery”.

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