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Helix of Cole: A Cole Sage Mystery (A Series of Mystery and Suspense Book 3) [NOOK Book]

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A writer hopes their words will live forever but Cole Sage never dreamed a twenty-year-old article, on the radical leaders of the ant-war movement of the sixties, would ignite a string of terrorist bombings that threaten to destroy San Francisco.
Born of the anti-establishment cult commune of Mel Lyman, Jason Reed has trained dozens of terror groups foreign and domestic and is now on a peyote fueled mission to show Cole Sage the sixties aren’t over. In a last revolutionary ...

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Helix of Cole: A Cole Sage Mystery (A Series of Mystery and Suspense Book 3)

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Overview

A writer hopes their words will live forever but Cole Sage never dreamed a twenty-year-old article, on the radical leaders of the ant-war movement of the sixties, would ignite a string of terrorist bombings that threaten to destroy San Francisco.
Born of the anti-establishment cult commune of Mel Lyman, Jason Reed has trained dozens of terror groups foreign and domestic and is now on a peyote fueled mission to show Cole Sage the sixties aren’t over. In a last revolutionary offensive Reed hopes to unite the world’s radicals to save Mother Earth. From Wrigley Field to Golden Gate Park, Reed lays waste to young and old in a series of devastating bombings.
The search for Jason Reed takes Cole from Washington DC to San Quentin as he meets the President of the United States and gets a surprise phone call from Charles Manson.
Cole finds what he thinks is a new chance at love when he’s thrown together with a beautiful Jewish FBI agent, Sarah Spiegelman. But can their love survive the threat of a dirty bomb and the manifesto of a madman?
Jason Reed’s open challenge to Cole Sage brings the journalist and terrorist face to face in what could be the last interview for both.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045975001
  • Publisher: Micheal Maxwell
  • Publication date: 12/7/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 42,858
  • File size: 417 KB

Meet the Author

Micheal Maxwell was taught the beauty and majesty of the English language by Bob Dylan, Robertson Davies, Charles Dickens and Leonard Cohen.

Mr. Maxwell has traveled the globe, dined with politicians, rock stars and beggars. He has rubbed shoulders with priests and murderers, surgeons and drug dealers, each one giving him a part of themselves that will live again in the pages of his books.

The Cole Sage series brings to life a new kind of hero. Short on vices, long on compassion and dedication to a strong sense of making things right. As a journalist he writes with conviction and purpose. As a friend he is not afraid to bend the law a bit to help and protect those he loves.

Micheal Maxwell writes from a life of love, music, film, and literature. He lives in California with his lovely wife of thirty seven years.

Currently Available:
- Diamonds and Cole (Cole Sage Mystery #1)
- Cellar Full of Cole (Cole Sage Mystery #2)
- Helix of Cole (Cole Sage Mystery #3)
- Cole Dust (Cole Sage Mystery #4)
- Three Nails
- The Return of the Bride, a short story in the anthology, Eight the Hard Way

Coming Soon:
- Cole Shoot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2014

    A good read

    Although a little too much 'filler', the book actually was a good read.

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