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Project Prometheus Book Four: Blood Debt -- EPUB

  • Some secrets can kill. For Doctor Michael Banks, the price of his secrets could be his soul.
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Release Date:
May 11, 2016
ISBN:
9781682940358
Cover Artist:
Jenifer Ranieri

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Some secrets can kill. For Doctor Michael Banks, the price for his secrets could be his soul.

As bio-terror ravages the Amazon, Michael's request for assistance from Project Prometheus brings him the unlikeliest of saviors -- a woman born of the desert, who might just hold the key to his redemption.

Their partnership opens the path to stopping a chemical nightmare in its tracks, and a mysterious saboteur's mischief making turns deadly. As the danger mounts, Michael will have to decide if his absolution is worth risking everything he holds dear, and a future he can't live without.

Excerpt

Juruá Medico Camp

Amazon Basin, Brazil

October 7, 2001

Michael Banks jerked awake with a muttered oath, and scrubbed a weary hand over his face, surprised when his hand encountered the wire rims of reading glasses perched on the bridge of his nose. Then, as reality returned to him, he blinked around at the canvas tent full of lab equipment. This was home, for now. A tent in the middle of a godforsaken jungle. He swiped his hand over his face again, and grimaced when it came away drenched in sweat. He couldn't tell if he sweat because of the nightmare, or just the normal hellish heat of the Amazon. His galloping heart, however, he couldn't blame on anything but that dream.

Another nails-on-chalkboard screech filled the tent, and Michael winced. At least he could identify the source of this scream -- the old and overworked printer. He might have been able to beg, borrow, or buy state-of-the-art medical equipment for this camp -- the Angelis Fund had a long reach into some very deep pockets, and Michael used his personal connections shamelessly, including his brother, Jeremy, who worked with Project Prometheus. But the printer hooked up to the satellite-connected laptop was a luxury, and its expense came out of Michael's own pockets, which were a little strapped with the costs of running this operation. Since the camp's need to print anything was a rare occurrence, they muddled along with an obsolete monstrosity probably on its last legs, and hating the jungle heat as much as he did.

On his feet, he reached to slap the offending machine off as the last sheet slid free. After the night he had, he wasn't about to listen to that damned thing click, whir, and complain all day. Gathering up the few sheets, he looked down at the generic typeface, and relief nearly overwhelmed him. He set the system to automatically print any incoming satellite transmissions, earlier. Finally, some good news!

Sending help. S. Nahid arriving in Brazil in one week.

M. Raleigh

 

 


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  1. When? When? When? 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Sep 2016

    I was torn when I came to this book...

    I was desperate to continue the series, because damn... I love these books... but I also knew this is the last in the series currently available (by what I can tell there are a LOT more to come. YAYAYAYAYA!).

    In the end, my desperation to read won out (the battle only lasted maybe 10 seconds).

    This book is a shift into a very different location from the first three books, but you're still wrapped up in the amazing world Esther Mitchell has created. Seriously, how is it the whole of the romance reader universe doesn't know about this woman? She doesn't write basic, she doesn't write expectations... she writes more.

    This isn't a synopsis of the book kind of review. This is a READ THEM NOW review.

    Esther... wherever you are... damn, woman.



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