• Prof. Willard Wentworth, an American scientist, is about to realize his ambition of making a world-changing discovery. His Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) device, when perfected, will flood the world with cheap, clean energy--and end our addiction to oil.
• Homeland Security has just posted a nationwide warning that a terrorist attack is imminent. The target is unknown.
A devious scheme links these two seemingly unrelated events in Bruce Wetterau’s new mystery thriller, Killer Fog. Be warned, finding the truth in the fog of lies and deceit shrouding that plot is like opening up a set of Russian nesting dolls. Solving one mystery only leads to an-other deeper mystery. Until, that is, the last finally reveals an under-world where treachery, greed, and murder collide in ways even the jihadi fanatics could not have foreseen.
Killer Fog’s hero, Clay Cantrell, unwittingly stumbles onto the fringes of this shadowy world as the scheme is taking shape. He is no hapless victim, though. These days, Clay and his long-time friend and partner, Mac Harper, run a company that restores old houses, but they are both ex-Army Rangers and know how to take care of themselves. They are not the kind of men to back away from a fight, or to let go of a mystery until it’s solved.
That’s good, because this mystery has a long tail--reaching all the way back to 1940 and a fanatical Nazi spy ring operating inprewar America. With all the bad actors lined up against them, one mistake could cost Clay and Mac their lives. Meanwhile, the fate of that world-changing LENR discovery hangs in the balance.
Killer Fog, inspired by some of today’s hottest hot-button issues, is the second novel in Bruce Wetterau’s Clay Cantrell series. The first is Lost Treasure, a treasure hunt mystery adventure. Visit his website, www.brucewetterau.com
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About the Author
He lives in Virginia, where he renovates houses, writes, and pursues his hobby of photography.