Masquerade on the Net

Masquerade on the Net

Masquerade on the Net

Masquerade on the Net

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Overview

Duplicity drives cyber threats to global security. In Masquerade on the Net, Book 2 of the Sandra Troux Mysteries, readers are engulfed in an international cyber plot that twists and turns from the U.S. to Russia, Nigeria and France. Lifelong friends Sandy Troux, Bobbi Power and Lizbet Sheridan are torn apart when Sandy is drugged and dragged to Russia by ruthless cyber criminals. Reunited, they race through the treacherous streets of Moscow, dodge bullets at the Sochi Olympic site, and trek through oil spills in the eco-threatened Nigerian Delta. Ensnarled in a turbulent and dangerous underworld, they battle the ruthless Russian Bratva and its murderous Nigerian counterparts. The search for Rini, a kidnapped biracial teen, unmasks a malevolent plot to usurp the worldwide cyber, financial end energy markets in a desperate struggle atop the St. Alexandre-Nevsky Cathedral in Paris, the sheroes confront villains in a global masquerade of crime and intrigue, duplicitous identities, Imperial Romanov secrets, and devastating cyber extortions. Sandy, Bobbi and Lizbet foil criminal forces that threaten global security in an uncanny parallel to contemporary events.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781495481741
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/10/2014
Series: Sandra Troux Mysteries , #2
Pages: 386
Product dimensions: 5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.86(d)

About the Author

Crystal Sharpe is the pen name of Boomer co-authors Virginia Cornue and Linda Lombri. Crystal Sharpe was inspired by the famed Carolyn Keene - the pseudonym created by juvenile book publisher Edward Stratemeyer for the writers of his fictional Nancy Drew detective series. Following in this great tradition of mystery writer pseudonyms, the intent of identifying "Crystal Sharpe" as the author of the Sandra Troux Mysteries is to pay homage to the original series' "author."

Virginia Cornue, PhD and Linda Lombri - both China adoptive single Moms from Montclair, New Jersey - met in Shanghai on a 2006 heritage tour with their daughters, now in college. Lovers of world cultures, history and mysteries, they've embarked on encore careers like their sleuthing Boomer sheroes. Virginia is an author and cultural anthropologist who teaches part time at Bloomfield College in New Jersey. Linda is an author, home economist and head of Lombri Writes! - her Marketing Communications firm
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