by David Annandale

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Jen Blaylock, David Annandale's Canadian-Forces-soldier-gone-rogue, is back with a new globe spanning mission, a bigger arsenal and another head-spinning body count. When Blaylock discovers that the New York mob is paying crooked cops and anarchists to cause disturbances at an Ottawa anti-globalization rally, she sees a chance to rev up her war machine once again, and heads for the Big Apple.

There she reunites with would-be lover and reluctant Integrated Security employee Mike Flanagan, who is troubled by InSec's quick recovery from the death of CEO Arthur Pembroke, and by his growing feelings for the ultra-violent Jen.

As Blaylock wages a one-woman war on the Mafia, Flanagan sniffs out a troubling connection between InSec and a Russian transnational called Korunkopia. While the ill-fated duo connect the dots to a conspiracy that threatens America's highest office and the global economy, Annandale leads readers on a globe-spanning chase that takes Blaylock from her hometown of Winnipeg to a white-hot, operatically destructive climax near Geneva.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780888014832
Publisher: Turnstone Press
Publication date: 10/20/2004
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 464
File size: 774 KB

About the Author

David Annandale was born in Winnipeg and has lived in Edmonton, Charlottetown, and Paris. At the age of 16 months, he contracted laryngitis from tear gas in the May '68 Paris riots, giving him early insight into the socio-political upheavals of our world. He did his MA on the Marquis de Sade at the University of Manitoba and a PhD on horror fiction and film at the University of Alberta. His literary specialties are H.P. Lovecraft, Stephen King, and Ramsey Campbell. His film focus is on European horror, including Dario Argento and Jess Franco. David is also a scholar of video games and the gaming culture. Currently, he teaches English and film at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg where he lives with his wife and family.

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