Speak in Winter Code

Speak in Winter Code

by S.M. Harding

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Overview

Speak in Winter Code by S.M. Harding

With their first wedding anniversary just passed, retired Marine Corps Colonel Win Kirkland and Sheriff Sarah Pitt are more in love than ever and making plans to adopt two orphaned girls from Afghanistan. With their most challenging case behind them, the only threat on the horizon seems to be the approaching blizzard. But a much more dangerous storm is about to hit with a force that will exact a terrible toll on Win and Sarah’s loved ones, their love and their lives.

A shadowy network has chosen McCrumb County, Indiana, as a testing ground for one of the deadliest threats facing the United States. Their ruthless psychological and physical attacks quickly escalate to murder, but who are these people? And what is their end game? Even Win’s former intelligence colleagues seem stumped.

As Win and Sarah risk everything to identify and stop the perpetrators, they are quickly learning that what doesn't kill you…is waiting to try again.

Speak in Winter Code is the eagerly awaited sequel to S. M. Harding’s best-selling Kirkland/Pitt romantic thrillers I Will Meet You There and A Woman of Strong Purpose .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781594935350
Publisher: Bella Books
Publication date: 04/18/2017
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

S. M. Harding has had over thirty short stories published in various, both online magazines and in print anthologies and magazines. Two of the most recent include “A Winter Story” in Wicked Things and “Spirit of Christmas Past, Christmas Future” in Unwrap these Presents , both from Ylva Publishing. She teaches classes at the Writers’ Center of Indiana and participated in panels for their annual Gathering of Writers, also at Indy Author’s Fair, Magna Cum Murder and various local libraries. She edited and contributed an essay to Writing Murder , a collection of essays by Midwestern authors about writing crime fiction.

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