Truth Insurrected by Daniel Douglas
The Saint Mary Project

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See 2 Critic Reviews

"This is an adrenaline-fueled story, replete with action and adventure. While it doesn’t bring anything particularly innovative to the alien conspiracy formula, it’s well-drawn characters make up for this. Douglas keeps readers guessing with nonstop action, breakneck pacing, and some thought-provoking speculation."
-BlueInk Review

Synopsis

Will truth be mighty and prevail? Find out in the energetic science fiction conspiracy thriller, Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project...

When former FBI agent William Harrison begins receiving mysterious postcards with the signature "Echo Tango," he's alerted to a deadly government cover-up beyond anything he ever thought possible.

His informant turns out to be a guilt-ridden ex-operative in the Saint Mary Project, an ultra-secret program engaged in alien contact. The organization is wiping out loose ends, and Echo Tango thinks Harrison is the man he needs to stop the decades-old conspiracy.

Thanks to a gunshot wound suffered in an attempt to thwart an armed robbery, the crime-fighting life is something of Harrison's past. He keeps his shooting skills sharp but walks with a limp, and he is more likely to catch marital cheaters than anything else--as a private investigator.

But Harrison can't shake the feeling that this paranormal case is meant for him. He enlists the help of colleagues and starts following the mysterious clues.

However, hired guns stand between them and the truth. There are also alien-human hybrids to contend with, but that's not all. Harrison's investigation also turns up a powerful secret about him and his family--a secret that may just be what lets him end these unimaginable crimes.

Will Harrison discover the truth and reveal the deadly alien contact conspiracy? Find out in Daniel P. Douglas's science fiction suspense thriller, Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project.
 

About Daniel Douglas

See more books from this Author
Daniel P. Douglas is a novelist specializing in conspiracy thrillers and science fiction. His first novel, Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project, centers on a decades-old government cover-up of contact with extraterrestrial life. Other upcoming novels include The Outworlds series, which is comprised of science fiction adventure stories set in the early twenty-fourth century at the fringe of human civilization, and Green Bird, a modern-day thriller about an FBI agent racing to stop a cyber terrorist before it’s too late.Douglas is a US Army veteran and long-term civil servant who worked in the federal government and the museum profession. Born and raised in Southern California, he has lived most of his life in the southwestern United States. He now lives in New Mexico with his spouse, children, siblings, parents, pets, and livestock. His travels take him throughout the United States, Mexico, Europe, the Middle East and the Caribbean.
 
Published October 19, 2014 by Geminid Press, LLC.. 470 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Fiction
Add Critic Review

Critic reviews for Truth Insurrected
All: 2 | Positive: 2 | Negative: 0

Kirkus

Good
on Nov 17 2014

Readers will cheer when one of them saves another and become anxious when one of them disappears. There’s a definite resolution to the story but nary a break in the action until the end.

Read Full Review of Truth Insurrected: The Saint ... | See more reviews from Kirkus

BlueInk Review

Good
on Dec 22 2014

"This is an adrenaline-fueled story, replete with action and adventure. While it doesn’t bring anything particularly innovative to the alien conspiracy formula, it’s well-drawn characters make up for this. Douglas keeps readers guessing with nonstop action, breakneck pacing, and some thought-provoking speculation."

Read Full Review of Truth Insurrected: The Saint ...

Reader Rating for Truth Insurrected
73%

An aggregated and normalized score based on 95 user ratings from iDreamBooks & iTunes


Rate this book!

Add Review