Tor Maddox: Embedded

Tor Maddox: Embedded

by Liz Coley


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ISBN-13: 9781508875208
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/01/2015
Pages: 306
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.69(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Liz Coley is the author of internationally best selling thriller Pretty Girl-13, sold in 12 languages on 5 continents. Her first LC Teen publication was a Mayan alternate history romance, Out of Xibalba. Her short fiction appears in numerous anthologies and Cosmos Magazine.

The Tor Maddox series represents "the lighter side of Liz."

She makes her home in Cincinnati, where she volunteers at school, sings in a choir, plays local team tennis, and hangs out with a supportive posse of Ohio YA authors.

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Tor Maddox: Embedded 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DABALE More than 1 year ago
We're back at it with Tor in this second installment. Along with turning sixteen comes that coveted little piece of plastic that screams FREEDOM like William Wallace never could. You remember, don't you? A driver's license! But Tor's first outing behind the wheel without her parents ends in a multiple mishap she could never have foreseen - and brings hunky college boy and junior government agent, Rick Turner, striding back into her life to save her road privileges. This time, he needs her sharp-thinking skills to assist him. Oh boy, oh boy - Tor's first, real, live, government agent-type assignment. To get close to a fellow student in her high school. Boring! But hey, this is Tor Maddox we're talking about. The girl who thinks on her feet (and in her size eight pointe shoes). The girl who finds trouble where none could possibly be found. The girl who can't help but get everyone around her in trouble when they try to help, much to her parents' chagrin. Tor's second adventure involves an issue straight off of the news screens - illegal immigration. No matter which side of the fence you're on, this is not an issue with a straight black or white answer. I have friends that immigrated here and spent years and thousands of dollars to do it in the legal manner. Then I know several people who were brought here by their parents when they were young and had no say in the matter, living life along the periphery with children now of their own - and living in fear of what will happen to their legal children if they are discovered as being here illegally. But then terrorists are known to use illegal immigration routes and team with coyotes, whose interests end with the money, to infiltrate the U.S. in order to wreak havoc. It can be an emotionally charged issue, one Tor finds herself facing when the grandfather of her dancing nemesis is shipped back to Mexico and in Tor's pursuits, finds herself crawling through a tunnel underneath the border. Read the rest of the review at