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Helix of Cole: Cole Sage Mystery #3
     

Helix of Cole: Cole Sage Mystery #3

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by Micheal Maxwell
 

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Peace, Love and a Dirty Bomb. An aging 60s radical pulls Cole into what could be the end of Cole Sage and San Francisco?

Writers hope their words will live forever, but Cole Sage never dreamed an old article, on the radicals of the Vietnam War era, would ignite a string of terrorist bombings and threaten to destroy San Francisco.

Radicalized by in cult

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Peace, Love and a Dirty Bomb. An aging 60s radical pulls Cole into what could be the end of Cole Sage and San Francisco?

Writers hope their words will live forever, but Cole Sage never dreamed an old article, on the radicals of the Vietnam War era, would ignite a string of terrorist bombings and threaten to destroy San Francisco.

Radicalized by in cult commune, Jason Reed has trained dozens of terror groups, foreign and domestic. He's now on a peyote fueled mission to show Cole Sage the Sixties aren’t over. In a last revolutionary act, Reed hopes to unite the world’s radicals to save Mother Earth. From Wrigley Field to the Golden Gate, 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. He meets the President and receives a phone call from Charles Manson. Cole finds a new chance at love when he meets a beautiful FBI agent.

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.

Micheal Maxwell has found a niche in the mystery genre with The Cole Sage Series that departs from the usual, heavily sexual, profanity laced norm, and gives readers a character driven stories, with twists, turns, and page turning plot lines, but most of all a hero they can relate to and root for with each new case he finds himself involved in.

The Cole Sage Mystery Series started with Diamonds and Cole. Why not read them all?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045975001
Publisher:
Micheal Maxwell
Publication date:
12/07/2013
Series:
Cole Sage Mystery Series
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
96,233
File size:
412 KB

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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. Micheal Maxwell has found a niche in the mystery, suspense, genre with The Cole Sage Series that gives readers an everyman hero, short on vices, long on compassion, and a sense of fair play, and the willingness to risk everything to right wrongs. Maxwell is committed to writing a clean, character driven, mysteries series with lots of twist, turns, and heart. The Cole Sage Series departs from the usual, heavily sexual, profanity laced norm and gives readers a character driven stories, with twists, turns, and page turning plot lines. Micheal Maxwell writes from a life of love, music, film, and literature. Along with his lovely wife and travel partner, Janet, he divides his time between the Central Valley and Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. 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) - Cole Shoot(Cole Sage Mystery #5) - Cole Fire (Cole Sage Mystery #6) - The Time Pedaler (A Young Adult Time Travel Series) with Tally Scully - The Secret to Writing an Essay: A Parent's Guide for Teens and Tweens Who Hate to Write - Death of Choice: Eight Tales of Murder, Mayhem, and Mystery (Editor)

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Helix of Cole: Cole Sage Mystery #3 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read constantly. This series has held my interest. I will continue reaading!!
Deborah008 More than 1 year ago
Another great book in the Cole Sage series. Hard to put down. Lots of drama but also has lighthearted moments too. There's even a bit of romance. Some of the story was a little hard to make sense of but that might have been the point since one of the characters is a bit crazy. Even so it seemed like there were some areas in the plot that were a little disjointed. Over all though it was still a very good read.
Lee-J27 More than 1 year ago
A Real Nail Biter To The End This is the third book in the Cole Sage Mystery Series, and so far it is the best one yet. I love the way Michael Maxwell has his main character evolve and grow with each new book. At the beginning of this book Cole is playing his favorite after dinner game with his son in-law. How far would you go to protect your family? To many of us it seems like an easy to answer question. Until you are actually faced with the question in a life or death situation. At which point we , like Cole would have to face the question head on. We would soon realize that answer would be something that we would wrestle with for the rest of our lives. In this book an article that Cole wrote 20 years ago , comes back to haunt him. When an old 60’s radical wants to prove to himself that he is better than his mentor. He embarks on a mission to set off bombs in public places to bring attention to his cause. While his fight is with the government , he chooses Cole to be the witness and voice of his deadly game. As this terrorist keep upping the stakes. A larger and larger team of senior agents from the FBI is forced to get involved in the investigation and future capture of the antagonist. Since Cole is the contact point, they can’t do anything without him and he cannot do anything on his own. This Cole Sage Mystery book is a real nail biter to the end. I could not put it down once I started reading it . The stress of the situation keep you turning the pages, anxious to find out how it will turn out. I started the book one night after dinner, and finished it at four in the morning. I missed a little sleep , but it was worth it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although a little too much 'filler', the book actually was a good read.