Nearly 15-year-old Cass senses that more violence will come, and she wants no part of it. She abandons her presidential aspirations in favor of becoming the next Stephen King—higher bar but nobler pursuit.
Near the end of Cassie's last visit to Washington, on the night of President Glen and Nips's first state dinner, an assassin killed the Ukrainian Ambassador and Vice President Blaner. At the same time, OmegaTroopers attacked the Academy for Excellent Youth. Now, first daughter Cass and boyfriend Keith hurry the kids back to WatTechPrep. Cass's relationship with Keith continues to mature, but nightmares about funerals haunt her. She senses that worse may yet happen—this is the Watson family, after all.
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the fourth book in the funny, fast-moving, action-packed "NorthWatch" series of young adult coming-of-age mystery/thrillers. [DRM-Free]
Books by Mr. Cagey Magee:
- NorthWatch – Book 1: "Cass and Wat"
- NorthWatch – Book 2: "Cass and Logan"
- NorthWatch – Book 3: "Cass and Nat"
- NorthWatch – Book 4: "Cass and Keith"
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- The "Chosen" Series by Jeff Altabef and Erynn Altabef
- The "Darla Decker Diaries" Series by Jessica McHugh
- The "Dirt and Stars" Series by Kevin Killiany
- The "Noah Zarc" Series by D. Robert Pease
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About the Author
Author, editor, teacher, virtuoso, Mr. Cagey Magee, graduated from modestly bookish, obnoxious kid to obsessive young-adult reader at around the age of eleven. He lived not far from an excellent library filled with novels that led him to faraway universes and fascinating people. He devoured them—the novels, not the people—and soon became obsessed with writing his own horror, young adult, mystery-thriller, and coming-of-age stories.
Cagey’s first novel came in at the size of two long books. He quickly learned the error of his ways when he needed to print the thing out and carry it. His current novels are more compact but still a little offbeat. He inevitably falls in love with his characters and really hates to kill them. For Cage, the near future holds infinite marvels. No one is all good or all bad. He loves them for who they are and where they go next, and hopes his readers will hang in there for the bumpy ride.