Maxine Ford, having resigned as deputy director of the States intelligence Agency, soon needed an outlet for her innate sleuthing capabilities. It only made sense that she would be destined to establish her own investigative firm. Naturally, her stellar clients would be among the Washington elite, including senators, members of the various congressional committees, along with other high profilers inside the beltway.
In the first novel in the series, Climatized, Max is hired by the wife of a prominent Senator to determine the cause of his untimely death. It leads her to discover that three world-renowned scientists had been killed days before they were scheduled to testify before the late Senator’s investigative committee. Meanwhile, a fourth scientist has gone missing. Max determines he is the key to unearthing the motives behind the deaths. Following the many twists and turns, Max and her associate, Jackson Monroe uncover a powerful organization responsible for the killings. The challenges to the global warming “cottage industry” heats up putting into question the alleged science behind the widely accepted climate change dogma. Cogent evidence is provided to the president, forcing him to make a crucial decisionto cover up a diabolical plotor bring down a multi-trillion-dollar world-wide economy.
About the Author
Sally Fernandez, a novelist of provocative political thrillers, wasn’t always twisting facts with fiction. Earlier, she embarked on a successful business career with Citibank and J.P. Morgan in New York City and Hong Kong. Then, heavily endowed with skills acquired in banking, she launched her writing career. Fernandez’ focus on computer technology, business consulting, and project management, enhanced by business and technical writing, proved to be a boon.
Fernandez’ foray into writing fiction officially began in 2007 when the presidential election cycle was in full swing. The overwhelming spin by the media compelled her to question several frightening possibilities. As a confirmed political junkie, she took to the keyboard armed with unwinding crucial events and discovered a new and exciting career.
As a world traveler, Ms. Fernandez and her husband, also the editor-in-residence, split time between their homes in the United States and Italy.