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Angels Mark (The Serena Wilcox Dystopian Trilogy Book 1)

Angels Mark (The Serena Wilcox Dystopian Trilogy Book 1)

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Natalie Buske Thomas By NatalieBuskeThomas Completed

The future of the nation depends on former private detective Serena Wilcox and her unlikely crew. "Angels Mark" is a quirky, suspenseful and unpredictable thriller, book 1 in a trilogy - read them all!

In "Angels Mark", Serena Wilcox and her family have destroyed their old home and faked their deaths to go off the grid under new identities, after obtaining insider information about a threat to the United States. The threat results in a geographically divided America, with two governing presidents: John Williams and Japanese-American Ann Kinji. Conspiracy, greed and a lust for power are at the root of this plot-twisting thriller about corrupt American government. 

Revolting and oddball characters, quirky humor, shocking dialog and events: "Spellbinding!"

Book #1 in the Serena Wilcox Dystopian Thriller Trilogy ["Angels Mark" The Serena Wilcox Mysteries] is cross-genre: hard-boiled mystery, suspense, futuristic, speculative fiction, political and religious thriller. It is part of a series of trilogies. In progress: "Project Scarecrow", book 1 of the new Serena Wilcox Time Travel Trilogy.

genommerte genommerte Dec 06, 2016
Haha, a Grisham novel is good for something than.  Just kidding 😃
SilverThaw SilverThaw Jun 07, 2016
Are you talking about babies, or a person named baby? Stupid question that I probably already know the answer to, but I just wanted to be clear.
donald1954 donald1954 Dec 19, 2016
What about EMP? Communication signals still open despite nuclear blasts to some major cities?
Delawareisastate Delawareisastate May 30, 2015
So restaurants are open, people are going along normally while nuclear bombs have exploded in our large cities including the Capitol ?
ndlovunelson ndlovunelson Jul 22, 2014
Raises a few questions, unexpected twist to the intro, fairly good read