While Southern Africa struggles with a deadly plague, one lone detective and a cast of unlikely heroes discover the virus was engineered, specifically for killing. Zack Monstar is assigned a simple murder case that’s anything but simple. Two men dead, one black, one white, both associated with nations’ leading health organization. After, NBA All-star, Akewali Dimbi dies returning from Africa, Zack finds himself immersed in case that will leave a trail of bodies from Africa to Atlanta . Zack discovers an intricate plot, involving government agencies, biological agents and deadly immunizations. In this modern day tale of David versus Goliath, Zack risks it all to save the woman he loves, taking on the government, the world, and finally The Devil in the Mist.
Praises from paperback:
A tale of corporate conspiracy, germ warfare, greed and human determination that readers will not be able to put down. -- Romantic Times Bookclub Magazine, December 2005
Diane Dorce, in her debut adult fiction book, introduces a fascinating and sexy image of good guy Zack Monstar, whom I look forward to seeing in future books. Readers will immediately love him, become interested in his background, and want to know more about his life as a detective. Additionally, Dorce does a great job of keeping the reader immersed in the happenings of the story, the development of the various characters, and the outcome, to find out who is behind the original murders. It is suspenseful, a bit horrifying, and has a touch of romance that will appeal to readers across various genres.
Reviewed by Tee C. Royal
of The RAWSISTAZ™ Reviewers
Devil in the Mist by Diane Dorce is a biological and psychological thriller based in Atlanta, GA and details the movements of Zack, the ultra-smooth, ultra-debonaire detective in a mystery that will surely keep the reader on his/her toes.
I must say that Diane's writing and style and this storyline can go toe to toe with the big dogs in the literary industry. Oh well, I guess it is who you know not how well you write.
SHe is a writer who should be on many bestsellers list. I enjoyed this story, the fast pace, the growing and intriguing plot. She is one of the best of our time right now. THis is an EXCELLENT read, hands down.
Is a movie in the making? by Connie 129
I thought the book was highly entertaining - I finished it in 4 days. It reminded me of my favorite show "24" with its fast pace and constantly changing aspects (scenes). MBS BookClub Member - Atlanta
About Diane Dorce'
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Published December 19, 2007
by Firefly Publishing & Entertainment.
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction.