The worst environmental disaster of the millennium leads computer security and forensics consultant Nicholas White into a labyrinth of intrigue and danger, a mystery with roots going back to World War Two.
When an oil rig explodes in the Gulf of Mexico, the company Nicholas works for is held responsible for the catastrophe. Assigned to offer technical assistance to rescue/recovery sites along the coastline, Nicholas notices irregularities that start to form a pattern…. and begins to suspect the explosion was not an accident.
With the help of an alluring but skeptical Interpol agent who has her own agenda, Nicholas unravels a web of deceit and death leading back in time to the Holocaust…. and is forced into a final confrontation with an inhuman killer.
SPIDER’S DANCE is available from Amazon.
“Amazing writing! [Your] craft is fabulous, the characters leap off the page, [and your] pacing is spot-on!” – Deborah Coonts, author of the “Lucky O’Toole Las Vegas Adventure” Series.
“What a fun read! The most striking thing about Will Graham’s prose is the humor behind it; if you like your mysteries and thrillers filled with wit, look no further. As a page-turner, SPIDER’S DANCE succeeds by weaving a web of an irresistible story. As entertainment, it is pure pleasure.” – Raymond Benson, author of THE BLACK STILETTO Series
“I absolutely loved the witty, elegant thriller, SPIDER’S DANCE. Chock-full of fascinating characters, SPIDER’S DANCE thrusts the reader into the high stakes world of Big Oil–and an even bigger cover-up. In the aftermath of a devastating environmental disaster, our eminently reliable narrator, Nicholas White, carries us through this suspenseful tale with a combination of fearlessness and panache. Nicholas is a man you can trust, written by an author who has been there. Throw in a sunken World War II submarine and a high-stakes international scam of harrowing proportions, and you’ve got a corker!” –J. Carson Black, Best-selling Author of ICON and THE SHOP.
“Will Graham” is the pseudonym of a professional investigator specializing in computer forensics and electronic evidence exclusively.
His musical tastes pretty much stopped with The Rat Pack, and he still reads Leslie Charteris, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Dame Agatha Christie, and Ellery Queen.
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