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NOVELA POLICIACA
THE LAST SCENARIO
THE LAST SCENARIO
(edición digital)
2014
255
978-1-61194-449-5
Epublication content package
English
6,37
(IVA inc)*
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sinopsis

I m just a high school biology teacher in southern California. I wrote a paper on bio-toxins in college. Nine months ago the government asked me to be the 'ordinary citizen on a seven-member panel. For three days we brainstormed potential homegrown terrorist scenarios. That was all.

I thought.

"We re the only two left," John Ryder said, no emotion in his voice. "The others have been assassinated. If you want to live, you ll have to come with me."

Terrorists have adopted one of the team's scenarios, and if they re successful, it could claim a half-million lives. Samantha Waters and ex-Navy SEAL John Ryder are caught in the middle of a dark conspiracy that reaches to the highest levels of power. They have to rely on each other to survive and to somehow stop the nightmare scenario they imagined before it becomes a terrifying reality.

Marcos Gabriel is an award-winning writer whose body of work includes novels, plays, screenplays, and television productions. Working in Los Angeles as the Creative Director of an entertainment advertising agency, he has crafted television commercials and theatrical trailers for many blockbuster and critically-acclaimed Hollywood films. Marcos lives in Southern California with his wife and two children.

Marcos Gabriel is a member of the International Thriller Writers Association.


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