A Spider Green Mystery Thriller: Book 4
Publication Date: May 11, 2022
Navy lawyer and former First Daughter Faydra (Fay) Green is no longer quite so haunted by the dark events of her recent past and is hoping for some well-deserved rest. But her world is once again turned upside down when a shocking secret about her adopted daughter, Katrinka (Kat), is revealed. But before Fay can help Kat make any decisions about her future, Kat is captured and thrown into an Egyptian prison. She manages to escape but must flee to safety across Europe, trying to stay one step ahead of several mysterious pursuers. Soon, Fay and Kat discover they are being chased by more than ordinary forces – Azrael, the Angel of Death, has taken a puzzling interest in their situation and a dangerous demon appears to be stalking Kat’s every move. It will take all of Fay’s strength and ingenuity to meet these, and other, challenges looming ahead of her, while Kat must ask herself what she truly wants out of life.
Katrinka has put aside her Russian specialized training to focus on building a life in the United States. However, she gets drawn into the crossfire when it is discovered that she has ties to the Russian monarchy. Before Kat can make a decision about her future—whether to give up her American dream and rejoin her family in Russia—she disappears.
Fay and her team must navigate tricky international waters in order to locate Kat, who they fear may have been detained by Egyptian police. What ensues is an interesting global game of hide and seek as the author adds a twist of the paranormal.
As with the other three installments in this series, there’s a strong thread of military and political dynamics. While Fay displays a sense of vulnerability, she is determined to fight for Kay’s return.
The Girl Who Knew Death delivers a solid political thriller featuring Russian royalty.
Norm Harris‘ first novel debuted on an Amazon bestseller list in 2002. It was a one-and-done, but now he’s back with a plan to publish a couple of sequels to that first mystery/thriller of days gone by. Except for time spent in military service, he is a second-generation Seattleite (that’s what they call those who dwell in the shadow of Mt. Rainier), with his legal beagle son, K-K, and five giant tropical fish. His upcoming release, Arid Sea, is the third book in what he hopes to be an award-winning Spider Green Mystery Story series.
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