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Sunday, October 19, 2014
Review of "Crossing Savage"
When abiogenic scientists start dying in numbers worldwide, the U. S. government agency SGIT, takes notice. The team suspects that professors Savage and Sato may be in danger too, and decides to protect them. As the plot unfolds, Professor Savage's son, Peter, is enlisted to help the operatives. Danger and suspense lurk around every corner, as tensions rise. President Taylor invokes operation Checkmate as a means to the end but wait, there's more. Dave Edlund does a masterful job, equal to that of Stephen King, in this political thriller. You will be on the edge of your seat throughout this book. 5 Stars