Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Saturday, December 26, 2015
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Alison has relocated her research to Puerto Rico. Alison and her team are expanding their IMIS technology to include primates. They're facilitating communications between researcher DeeAnn Draper and her young gorilla. Then the opportunity arises for DeeAnn and her gorilla to help on a search for one of DeeAnn's old friends.
John's investigation in Brazil eventually converges with DeeAnn's search. Just in time from DeeAnn's perspective. What they find in the South American jungle makes the ring they found in the Caribbean seem trivial. Another great science adventure. Very highly recommended.
Alison Shaw is a marine biologist. Alison and her team are getting ready to initiate the first two-way communications between humans and dolphins.
Kathryn Lokke is the directory of the United States Geological Survey. Kathryn is currently concerned with the geological stability of Antarctica. A serious earthquake near the Ronne ice shelf may indicate it's going to collapse.
As this tale progresses the efforts of John, Alison, and Kathryn converge. They've discovered something new, exciting, and dangerous. This is a great story. It has all the science, suspense, and danger you could ask for. Very highly recommended.
Saturday, December 19, 2015
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Sunday, December 13, 2015
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
This is a great story. There's some romance, and the accompanying angst, but the action and adventure, and the ghost are what make it interesting. Oh and the dogs. Very highly recommended.
Sunday, December 6, 2015
Rebecca Cohen was a Mossad agent. Then Rebecca became a Mommy. Then Rebecca became a Mossad agent again. One of their most feared assassins.
When Sam and Rebecca are forced to work together the sparks fly. This book is action from the first page to the last. Very highly recommended.