cj Sez: Hooray, I get to review another action/adventure story; this one by fellow Mystery Thriller Week author, Katherine Prairie.
In Katherine's novel, Thirst, protagonist Alex Graham is a geologist looking to lay claim to gold mines in British Columbia, Canada. She thought she was simply risking arrest when she stepped over the bounds of a military perimeter established by a joint Canada-U.S. task force. Instead she almost dies at the hands of a crazed bioterrorist.
Alex's story starts out running, gathers up a love interest and teenagers in turmoil along the way. The action never quits as the story races to a satisfying end. There are wonderful entwined plot threads and twists ... ecological disasters, bureaucracies of the hospital and government ilk, and international intrigue.
If you like mystery-suspense-thriller novels, pick up a copy of Katherine Prairie's Thirst. I consider this a well-written and highly recommended read. It's available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Okay, you-all guys keep on keeping on, and I'll try to do the same.cj
PS: I'll be on MysteryThrillerWeek Facebook page Feb. 15 from 5 to 6 pm EST (4 to 5 CST). Prizes will be awarded. Then from 6 to 7 pm CST, I'll be at The Posse FB page for the launch of the anthology cover. More prizes!
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Coming in mid-February 2017—“Bad Day at Round Rock” a short story in The Posse, a Western anthology of tales of action, romance, myth and truth.
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