"Praise for Red Sky:
""Breathtaking suspense, do not miss Red Sky.""
—Catherine Coulter, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Devil’s Triangle
""[A] fine sequel...Jordan’s indomitable spirit keeps her moving forward, especially when the bad guys, and even the good guys, tell her to back off.""
“Jordan makes a fine lead character. Give this to readers who like Matthew Palmer’s blend of diplomacy and thrills.”
""Suspenseful and entertaining. Chris Goff writes with a sure hand and knows how to keep the reader turning the pages...Add her name to the growing list of excellent female thriller writers such as Taylor Stevens, Jamie Freveletti and Zoe Sharp.""
""Full of action, suspense, chase scenes, stolen identities, and enough second guessing to make you wonder what the next page will bring....The ending is perfect and makes this action-packed thriller a must read.""
Praise for Dark Waters:
NOMINATED FOR THE 2016 ANTHONY AWARD FOR BEST CRIME FICTION AUDIOBOOK
FINALIST FOR THE 2016 COLORADO BOOK AWARD-THRILLER
NOMINATED FOR THE 2016 COLORADO AUTHORS’ LEAGUE AWARD-GENRE
NOMINATED AS THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FICTION WRITERS’ 2016 WRITER OF THE YEAR
""Great characters, action, and location—altogether terrific.""
—Lee Child, #1 New York Times bestselling author
“Strong first thriller.”
—Publishers Weekly on Dark Waters
""Goff, known for her intriguing mysteries, reveals a knack for thrillers...Goff has a winner with Raisa as a series lead. A sure bet fans of international thrillers.""
""Goff combines cultural detail, rich geographic description, and countless plot twists to create an engaging and satisfying thriller.""
""From the first sentence I was caught in the book...I actually felt like I was right there in the middle of the action. I didn’t want to put the book down, I was hooked.""
—Night Owl Reviews
""Breakneck pacing, fascinating characters and depth of content make DARK WATERS a welcome addition to the world of thrillers. This is sure to be a breakout step for Goff.""
—The Denver Post
""One of my first thoughts was that this novel was going to make Alan Dershowitz jealous...his thrillers set in Israel have nothing on Chris Goff.""
""A solid, well told story from a unique perspective.""
—Reviewing the Evidence
""Whip-smart, informed, and tightly woven, Chris Goff’s international thriller Dark Waters reeks of authenticity and intrigue. Through her frank depictions of modern-day Israel, and on the backs of nuanced characters, Goff has fashioned a story that unfolds at a blistering pace, and feels like it all could happen tomorrow. Writing like a seasoned pro, she crushes the genre in her debut effort.""
—Mark Sullivan, #1 New York Times bestselling co-author of Private L.A. and Thief
""A darkly intense story with all the right moves. Goff has crafted one heck of a thriller. Great characters, cool setting, and sharp, tight writing make Dark Waters a sure winner.""
—J.T. Ellison, New York Times bestselling author of What Lies Behind
“Edgy and exciting...Rich with detail and bristling with suspense, you’ll want to put your life on hold to read this first-rate thriller.”
—Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Spies
“Chris Goff’s Dark Waters is one of the best thrillers I’ve read in a long time. The characters are real, the story is compelling and the action is heart-stopping. This one’s a sure thing.”
—John Gilstrap, New York Times bestselling author of Against All Enemies and the Jonathan Grave thriller series
""Dark Waters is Chris Goff’s breakout book. A relentless international thriller with a terrifying topic and an impressive heroine, Raisa Jordan. It’s been a while since I had such fun reading the work of a fellow writer. Well done!""
—David Morrell, New York Times bestselling author of First Blood, Brotherhood of the Rose, and Murder as a Fine Art"
"Can't a girl have any fun?" Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent Raisa Jordan asks her companion as they dodge the bullets a Russian crew is firing at their wildly careening vehicle. And that's only the beginning of her fun.Veteran DSS agent George McClasky has been sent to Guangzhou to escort Kia Zhen, a fugitive suspected of gang membership and espionage, out of the country. When their flight crashes outside Hoholeve, Jordan (Dark Waters, 2015) is called out to take charge of the bodies and whatever sensitive information McClasky was carrying. Since that wouldn't suit the plans of Vasyl Kozachenko, whose men shot down the plane, he orders Jordan killed. She miraculously escapes, of course, but the corpses in her custody are charred almost beyond recognition. Almost, that is, until DNA testing indicates that neither corpse is Kia Zhen; someone else died in his place. How was McClasky fooled into bringing along someone other than the man responsible for selling priceless military technology to the Chinese, and when was the switch made? There's no time for Jordan to dwell on such niceties because she's busy trying to figure out why Reuters correspondent Nye Davis is following her, and whether she can trust him, and what he's like in bed, and whether he can pull his weight in her increasingly high-powered ops. This last question is answered when he suggests in the middle of one maneuver that a drone could deliver the explosive they need: "A block of C-4 would do the trick….It weighs about 1.25 lbs." Goff excels in setting the hook—if you blink, you'll miss the exposition—and plunging her heroine into one fast-moving action sequence after another. Readers seeking plausibility and great dialogue are advised to move along: nothing to see here.