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Black ICE delivers a buffet of possibilities into the unknown. Both chilling and thought provoking, it is a page turner with a bombshell ending you won't anticipate. Homeland Security Special Agent Jack Strickland and Brooke Breckenridge are thrown into a maelstrom of intrigue, murder and kidnapping by the discovery of a mysterious silver sphere lying quietly at the bottom of Three Cranes Lake. This perplexing sphere becomes the center of a mystery involving an ancient Hopi Indian prophecy of the Blue Kachina and a remote cave hidden deep within the earth. The secrets discovered there are both frightening and wondrous. Throw in a troubled teen and suspicions of a leak within Homeland Security, and the fun and games begin.
About the Author IC Enger lives and writes in the Seattle area. Her first book, Blue ICE, was published in 2012 by Oak Tree Press. Green ICE is the second of three mysteries set along the Washington/Canadian border featuring Homeland Security Special Agent Jack Strickland and transplanted Seattle city planner Brooke Breckenridge. The Lake House Mysteries are set along the calm blue waters of Three Cranes Lake. The idyllic setting hides danger and the deep waters hold mystery. IC has lived in many different cities in the US including New York, San Francisco, Denver and Seattle, and has traveled worldwide in her work. Part of that work kept her in close contact with former FBI agents and corporate security officers. “I quickly came to the understanding that although a crime might be solved outside of law enforcement by a smart, savvy civilian, it was highly unlikely. People who have been trained, who have the resources and experience, those are the people who solve mysteries.” Visit IC Enger on her web site at http://www.thelakehousemysteries.com or write to her at email@example.com.
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Book Description COPTales (oak tree press), 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111610091914
Book Description COPTales (oak tree press), 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1610091914