$ 24.95 CAD
|Pub. Date (English World) : October 2011|
|Number of pages: 300|
|ISBN : 978-1-926893-64-8|
|Category: Mystery – Thrillers, Mystery - Detective|
|Price CAD: $24.95|
BY THE SAME AUTHOR
On leave for two weeks from The Middle East, Gareth Jones decides to drag his friend Cory Travis to Cardiff, Wales for the rugby World Cup finals. Soon after their arrival, Gareth is killed in what appears to be a car accident. But Cory, a U.S. marine, does not believe that his friend was killed in a simple accident and his suspicions grow stronger when he finally sees the condition of his friend’s body. He is not the only one who is suspicious. Deidra Jones, Gareth’s sister and a police officer, is convinced that MI-5 is trying to hide something.
Determined to find out why Gareth was murdered, Cory starts to ask questions that only get him in trouble with the local authorities. Fortunately for him, Dee does not like MI-5 and although she has no great affection for Cory, she helps to keep him out of jail. The two then embark on an adventure that trails Gareth’s last steps to reveal an imminent terrorist attack.
With the clock ticking, Cory and Dee have to trust each other if they want to make it out alive and stop the attack in time.
Hellfire is an enthralling, action-packed story that will have you turning the pages faster than you can read them. As the story unfolds, and the tension rises, who knows what the real reason behind the attack is and who the intended targets really are . . .
No one is safe.
About the Author
After serving in the Marines Corps as a commissioned officer, author Rick DeMille started a career in information systems and currently manages the technology department for a small energy company in the Dallas area.
His interest in writing was revived when he wrote a Y2K guide which was distributed through a local outdoor supply company and he began writing short stories, several of which were published online by websites such as BeWrite.com. Furthermore, his short stories won various contests, including those sponsored by ‘Darklines,’ ‘Eros and Rust,’ and Magellan Books from Australia who also included one of his short stories in the ADUMBRA anthology.
HELLFIRE was on the shortlist of two literary contests in 2010, including the prestigious Debut Dagger Award, sponsored by the Crime Writers Association in London.