Author: Boo Walker
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars
A religious cult is threatening Seattle…
Former soldier Harper Knox is done with battle. He’s moved home to his farm in eastern Washington, hoping life among the vines will conquer his PTSD. But when an old friend offers Harper a generous payday if he’ll join a security detail in Seattle, Harper finds he’s too hungry for the cash–and the danger–to say no. The job: protect a scientist at the controversial Singularity Summit, a conference celebrating artificial intelligence.
When things go horribly wrong and two people end up dead, Harper and Italian mercenary Francesca Daly take down the perpetrators but are left with nothing but questions. Who were the two criminals, both women? What does the symbol branded onto their bodies mean? And why did one woman have a note in her pocket that read “Forgive me?” As Harper and Francesca dig deeper–and fall deeper in love–the truth leads them to a shocking discovery…and right into a deadly trap.
About the Author:
After picking the five-string banjo in Charleston and Nashville and then a few years toying with Wall Street, Boo chased a wine dream across the country to Red Mountain in eastern Washington with his dog, Tully Mars. They landed in a double-wide trailer on five acres of vines, where Boo grew out a handlebar mustache, bought a horse, and took a job working for the Hedges family, who taught him the art of farming and the old world philosophies of wine.
Recently leaving their gentleman’s farm on Red Mountain, Boo and his family are back on the east coast in St. Pete, Florida.
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