Airport Stalking: Jack's Game - Blair London

Airport Stalking: Jack's Game

By Blair London

  • Release Date - Published: 2015-05-04
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Author: Blair London
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“Blair London has put a novel spin on serious problems facing American society in her books. I hope she keeps up the work in her upcoming books. These books are great works of fiction but address issues that dominate the news daily. Great job Blair!” - Megan Kelly (Fox News)

“Blair London is a new author with a zest for storytelling that grapples real life issues in her novels. These books are great stories as well as issues that confront society and I highly recommend her books and eagerly await her next book.” - Patricia Heaton (The Middle, Everybody Loves Raymond)


Jack was at the airport observing Jonathan who was talking on his cell phone and giving out too much information for all around him to hear. Jonathan, Jack learned was a salesman for a water purifier company in California.

A woman named Alice started flirting with Jonathan in the hopes of hooking up. Although Jack wasn’t interested in what she wanted, he figured he’d play along so she could be a pawn in his game. She suggests a hotel; they later meet, and Jack tells her exactly what he wants from her—to stalk Jonathan

Through some obstacles, Alice is planted in Jonathan’s office under another name. Suddenly the situation changes, as Alice was an undercover agent working to expose Jack, and those like him, who are airport stalkers.


•I began to stalk him, taking many pictures with the brand new Canon camera that I had bought. I developed them in my own dark room and then picked out the best ones.
•Here I was, despite being a super stalker, computer whiz, and master manipulator, I couldn’t provide for my up-and-coming family.
•Me…the super stalking, manipulative, know-all genius who knew secrets about many powerful people that they thought no one did.
•Most games begin with an invocation, the playing of the National Anthem or some form of fanfare, but a stalker’s game, especially when I use everyone around me to get the job done, is different.
•All the world’s best thieves, hackers and stalkers, were those who did proper research work before striking, and I was definitely among the best.
•On top of that, the hunger to stalk was getting unbearable. Besides, as far as I was concerned, the only way I saw myself coming out of this case unscathed, was if I started another game and blackmailed someone else.
•The headline dominating the local paper the following morning confirmed that my plan had worked to perfection.
•I doubt anyone had discovered my hiding place in the floor of the study where my money was stored, along with my hard drive and memory cards, which contained a wealth of information. I made a plan to break in the following night.

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