Daria Gibron, star of CRASHERS, BREAKING POINT and ICE COLD KILL, is back.
Daria, a freelance operative with a long and deadly history, has been hiding out in rural Italy, avoiding the enemies she’s made in the CIA, the Israeli government and Western law enforcement agencies. An old colleague tracks her down and seeks her help protecting an aerospace engineer from the White Scorpions, a Serbian mercenary group.
Soon Daria is in the thick of both fights, squaring off against enemies from all sides and facing the threat of stolen military technology that can lay waste to entire cities.
The chase takes her from Italy to the former Yugoslavia. With the help of John Broom, a congressional aide, Daria has to thwart her old foes, take on new ones, and face perhaps her greatest challenge yet: Veronica, a mercenary with whom she is so evenly matched, they might as well be opposite sides of the same coin.
With the odds against her, Daria is in the worst danger of her life. And she couldn’t be having more fun.
“A high-voltage, high-body-count thrill ride!” – Publishers Weekly
GUN METAL HEART
I’m moderating a panel at 4 p.m. Saturday. Guests: Suzanne Chazin, Christine Goff, Parnell Hall, Diana Hansen-Young, Reece Hirsch and Patrick Lee!
The topic: “The First Time I Felt Like a Writer.” That sentence spoken by, say, Parnell Hall, will be fun and fascinating. Spoken by, say, Hannibal Lecter, and it’s pretty creepy. Which would be a better description of our panel? No way to tell unless you drop by.
Patrick Lee has knocked one out of the park with his new thriller, RUNNER. Patrick’s genre is science fiction, but it’s science fiction with its pivot foot firmly planted in today’s reality. That is to say: Science fiction for people who don’t think they like science fiction.
Definitely worth reading. Bravo.