Some secrets are better left buried.
Unable to recall the shootout that killed her mentor and left her deeply traumatized, FBI Agent Kathryn Masters languishes in a desk job. She is lured out of her self-imposed exile by Winston Blake, a dropout from her class at the FBI Academy whose surprise best-selling novel will be a one-shot wonder if he can’t find a sequel. He’s stumbled across an odd story involving mystifying silver spheres found on an uninhabited Hawaiian island – and then stolen by a mysterious researcher. When the geologist who found the spheres is murdered, Win insists Kathryn help him investigate. Her chance for redemption uncovers a covert organization delving into the science of the mythical lost continent of Lemuria – older than Atlantis, a land of enigmas and dark secrets. The spheres unearthed by the researchers are more than they bargained for, and Kathryn and Win must fight for their lives as Lemuria’s terrible secrets unleash madness and murder.
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About the Author
Melinda Young is proud to be a third-generation journalist. She has won awards for her fiction and her public radio writing. Before returning to her native Wisconsin, she lived in Hawai‘i for nearly 25 years. Every January she hopes her exile from Polynesia will be over soon.