While investigating the murder of a prominent Senator, FBI Agent Erica Blake uncovers a drastic, top-secret operation. A group of rogue American generals are planning a ruthless attack on China, as a way to free the U.S. from the crushing debt the country owes the Chinese. Named Operation BlackSnow, the plan will be carried out without the knowledge of Congress or the public. Realizing the attack could plunge the U.S. into a world war, Erica tries to stop it.
Beautiful and smart, Erica is also a maverick, her lone-wolf approach usually putting her at odds with her own agency. Suspecting involvement by the FBI Director in BlackSnow, she enlists the help of her ex-lover, CIA Agent Steve McCord. Not knowing who to trust, Erica and Steve battle deadly black ops assassins, corrupt Senators, and their own complicit agencies in their attempt to stop BlackSnow. Do they succeed, or is the planet plunged into a world war?
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Lee Gimenez (www.leegimenez.com) is the bestselling author of seven books and over fifty short stories. His latest novel, BLACKSNOW ZERO, was published in Jan 2013. Four of his previous novels became ebook bestsellers. They are: THE NANOTECH MURDERS, DEATH ON ZANATH, VIRTUAL THOUGHTSTREAM, and AZUL 7. His novel TERRALUS 4 was produced into an Audiobook. THE TOMORROW SOLUTION is his collection of short stories.
His books are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, the Apple Store, Books-A-Million, Books In Motion, Mobipocket, Amazon UK (England), Flipkart (India), Amazon CA (Canada), Booku (Australia), IBS (Italy), Amazon JP (Japan), Peerless, and many other retailers. For more information about him, visit his website at: www.leegimenez.com. You can also find him on Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn and Goodreads. Lee lives with his wife in the Atlanta, Georgia.
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