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                  Product Description-Midnight Blue over Mexico
Discovery has its consequences.June Rise and Tim Scott believe they've discovered a new cause for global warming. But when
 they travel to Mexico to confirm their theories, events take a demented turn - and fast. Tim vanishes, and soon June is on the
 run, framed for murder and the target of a deadly conspiracy. With her life on the line and catastrophic events looming, she is
 forced to take drastic measures in an attempt to reveal the discovery to the world. But will she succeed? Or will the discovery
 remain hidden forever - claiming June as a victim in the process?From Seattle to Mexico, D.C. to Georgia, D.S. Land's debut
thriller is a fast-paced, action-packed ride that challenges perceptions of global warming and explores the never-ending depths
                                                              of greed.

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Customer Reviews:
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful A Frightening Thriller!, July 24, 2012 By Lizella
This review is from: Midnight Blue over Mexico (Kindle Edition) I was hooked from the start; a quick opening - the beautiful
scientist June and her somewhat goofy side-kick have made a significant discovery. The 'hows' and 'whys' of that discovery
don't come until later (must say, frightening!), and in between, I couldn't quit reading.I stayed up late and enjoyed it all. The
chapters are so short that I thought Id pull myself away after each only to keep going and getting more hooked. I needed to
know if Tim was up to something, where the doctor was and who was behind the power failure. At every turn our heroine shows
her resolve and ingenuity, learning a lot about herself as she takes each risk. It is impressive that the author has created such a
strong female lead! I don't often write reviews, but this debut novel was a good one! Highly recommended!

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful Midnight Blue Over Mexico, September 6, 2012 By Shar
This review is from: Midnight Blue over Mexico (Kindle Edition) One of those "can't put it down" books. The scenario fits with
what could happen "if". It is very up to date with possible current events. Our world depends on technology and if this technology
were to fail, it could very well bring an end to the world as we know it.

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful

Techno-thriller, August 6, 2012 By Douglas J. Thompson (greenville, NC United States)
  This review is from: Midnight Blue over Mexico (Kindle Edition) Overall, I enjoyed the book. The idea was very original and
seemed plausible. It reminded me of a Michael Crichton novel. It will appeal to those who enjoy techno-thrillers. Great first novel
for this new author

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