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About the author:
Lidia & Charles LoPinto write environmentally minded novels and children's books. They live in Long Island. They both have engineering degrees so they focus on technical thrillers. Their latest venture is greenleafpublishers.com, where they have teamed with other authors to publish "books that matter".
The case of the chemical terrorists
Lidia LoPinto, Charles Lopinto
A derailment spills deadly poisons on a small southern black community. Hundreds of victims run at midnight gasping for air. Lack of funding in a poor town meant no preparation. The spill looks suspicious so Sean and Julie are called to investigate.
They are reluctant at first, but Gutierrez, needs their skills to keep the new environmental crimes unit funded so they are paired again.
After a long separation since Alaska, will Sean Julie again? She nearly got him killed. More suspicious accidents are killing people world wide? Was this a terrorist plot? Or was it a defect?
The case leads them to pursue suspects to Argentina and investigate hate groups in the USA.
They learned a lot from their previous case about working together to survive. Will their new adventure lead to romance or disaster? All the good stuff is here for a thrilling read.
"Frighteningly current and pertinent." --Book Reader, CA
"I truly enjoyed the fast pace of this exciting story! The LoPintos drew on their combined experience as chemical engineers, knowing the weaknesses of petrochemical processing and transportation of chemicals. They studied at least six incidents, all believed to be 'accidents' but no one knows how they happened..." Ann Thomson, Rocky Ford Daily Gazette, CO
"Authors Charles & Lidia LoPinto tell an exciting story that weaves together the worlds of environmental destruction, blackmail, and politics." --Thomas Biblewski, Baker Street Dispatch
"Poised to be the E-Files of the Environment, within the first few paragraphs the reader is caught up in the story's plot."-- Mason Canyon, Chatooga Press
"I wondered if this novel could possibly live up to being WORTH the asking price. I'm happy to report that if environmental stories are what you like, this new series is for you: if you are as new to them as I, let these authors make you a fan! A well written 'Cozy' with thought provoking information..." -- Reviewed by Ottilee Bastgen of Concord, CA for the January issue of Cozies, Capers and Crimes Newsletter
Purchase the first episode at Green Leaf Publishers.com
- Publication Date:
- 1511497289 / 9781511497282
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Mystery & Detective / International Mystery & Crime