In the summer of 2004, private investigator Don Carling is hired by a wealthy client for what he foresees as a routine yet lucrative qfollow and reportq investigation of her husband. It's only a matter of days before he discovers just how wrong he is. Murder, intimidation, and a terrorist plot apparently tied to the US presidential election in November leave the PI struggling to make sense of it all. From Paris and London to New York and eventually the American Southwest, Carling and his undercover agent doggedly track the evidence trail, hoping to put together an irrefutable case that can be handed over to federal authorities. Their goal is in sight when unexpected circumstances befall them -- just hours before the terrorists' deadline. In qShadows on the Flag, q Russ Graham has fashioned an entertaining and topical mystery, a one-of-a-kind plot that twists and turns until it all comes together in an electrifying climax. About the Author Russ Graham is the pen name for Graham R. McLeod, a retired airline pilot who lives in Orangeville, Ontario. He spends the winter months in Tucson, Arizona, where he is a member of the Arizona Mystery Writers and the Society of Southwestern Authors. Graham's popular first novel, qDeadly Diversions, q is still available in print or e-book format. Visit his website at www.russgrahamnovel.com.Whatever clothing he could fit into two large suitcases, some art books, and his laptop computer were all hea#39;d take with him. When he left ... or a Chevy Silverado, a#39;97 or a#39;98 model. ... Guess I was too excited when I saw the yellow chips.a aWellanbsp;...
|Title||:||Shadows on the Flag|
|Publisher||:||Wheatmark, Inc. - 2011|