DARK SHADOW RISING by Carolyn Chambers Clark

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DARK SHADOW RISING is a fast-paced, political thriller of 76,000 words in the vein of The Pelican Brief.

Ann Whitney's in love with her scruffy, Pulitzer-Prize winning, investigative reporter husband. All is well in her world until a plane crashes over Dubrovnik.

When she learns it was carrying the Secretary of Energy and executives from telecommunication, banking, and energy, and her investigative reporter husband, she sets out to find out what happened. When it's reported as an accident, Ann realizes information is being withheld.

She can't just sit by and do nothing, so she tracks down the husband of the Secretary of Energy and together they set out to find the real story.

It could be the Air Force, the Boznians, a pilot who's gone terrorist or crazy, the CIA, The Pentagon, the President of the United States, or someone else closer to home.

When they are blocked, chased, and nearly killed, Ann realizes the truth is worse than she thought. The hunt is on for them and time is running out...
 

About Carolyn Chambers Clark

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Published March 2, 2012 by Versatile Publishing. 248 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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