ICE COLD KILL
Daria Gibron is back! The Israeli ex-soldier, ex-spy and adrenaline junkie, is set up as the fall-guy for an assassination in order to distract every Western intelligence agency from a terrorist strike that could kill thousands. Daria must evade the CIA and its international brethren, and team up with natural enemies, in order to stop a man who the closet thing in the world she has to family.
The National Transportation Safety Board providers “Crashers,” experts charged with finding out why airplanes fall out of the sky. So what does an NTSB Go-Team do when their own Crashers are victims of a disaster? Dr. Tommy Tomzak and the rest of his team from “CRASHERS” are back, but this time, some are investigators, some are victims and some are dead! Assisting the investigators is the mysterious and mercurial Daria Gibron, an Israeli ex-soldier, ex-spy and adrenaline junkie, and Ray Calabrese of the FBI. As the clues mount, it’s clear that the official cause of the crash doesn’t jibe with the memories of the Crashers on board. That’s when a “shadow” investigation — one that someone wants badly to fail — is launched.
When an airliner falls out of the sky for no apparent reason, the National Transportation Safety Board gathers Crashers: specialists in a hundred fields, whose job it is to pick through the debris, and the lives of the victims, to find out what happened. The team is led by pathologist Dr. Tommy Tomzak and assisted by Daria Gibron, an Israeli ex-soldier, ex-spy and adrenaline junkie who gets involved, not to solve the crime, but because she’s bored. Usually, a crash investigation can take up to two years, but this time, Tommy, Daria and the team aren’t just trying to find out why the plane crashed; they’re trying to stop the next one. And they have hours, not months, to find answers.
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OTHER WORKS BY DANA (CONRAD) HAYNES
Dana’s previous mysteries, “Bishop’s Gambit, Declined,” “Perpetual Check” and “Sacrifice Play,” were published by Bantam Books and Severn House of England. They were written under the pen name Conrad Haynes.