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by Lyndi Alexander

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Xi San saved the life of a mysterious girl one night in his ravaged San Francisco neighborhood. He can't get her out of his mind, but believes that she's lost to him.

Lin Kwan came to America to bring her scientist father Chinese medicinal herbs, hoping to stop the virus that killed most of the world's Caucasians before it mutates to infect the rest of the world. On her way to finding him, she meets again the man who once saved her, a man she can't forget.

With a diverse group of fellow travelers, they head for St. Louis, where civilization is being rebuilt. Between them and safety, danger lurks--Gabriel, a self-styled religious leader and white supremacist, who has organized his army from Upper Midwest survivalist and militia followers, determined to take revenge for the white man.

But Gabriel isn't their only enemy. Before they reach their destination, they will battle nature, prejudice and even those hidden among them who wish their destruction.

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BN ID: 2940149797103
Publisher: Zumaya Publications LLC
Publication date: 07/17/2014
Series: The Color of Fear , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
File size: 935 KB

About the Author

Lyndi Alexander has been a published writer for over 35 years, including seven years as a reporter and editor at the South Dade News Leader in Homestead, Florida, where she found it much warmer than her current home not far from the banks of Lake Erie. Lyndi writes paranormal mystery, urban fantasy, science fiction and more, including her Clan Elves of the Bitterroot series and the Horizon Crossover series.

Her list of publications includes the non-fiction book 101 Little Instructions for Surviving Your Divorce, published by Impact Publishers in 1999, stories in A Cup of Comfort for Divorced Women in December 2008, and A Cup of Comfort for Adoptive Parents in June 2009.

Lyndi is the single mother of two special needs children, and volunteers making blankets for Project Linus as well as at her local domestic violence/women’s support agency.

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