Esther Larsen is one of the best risk analyst in the country, but her boss doesn’t want to hear what she really has to say. He’s given her a gag order when it comes to talking about the real risks with the speculative investments he wants to do. These investments can earn him several hundred million dollars in a single day.
But Esther’s conscious continues to nag at her. She can see the writing on the wall. If the institutions of the world continue to do these types of trades, the entire global economy may come crashing down. But saying anything could cost her not only her job, but perhaps her life.
Is Esther willing to say what needs to be said before it is too late? Is this the time that God has prepared her for?
Mystery. Intrigue. Death.
Annabel Lee plops you right down in the middle of the action, leaving you to unravel the clues of who, what, when, where, why, and how. The answers may not be what you are expecting.
The certainly aren’t what private investigator Trudi Coffey is expecting. Not even her ex-partner, who knew the man who started the whole ordeal, was anticipating. The question remains, can they follow the trail of clues, lead by a man who can’t speak, in order for find the secret before it’s too late?
Be prepared to have your brain stretched and your perception of reality changed. This book takes the reader from the comforts of what we know to be true, into a place where spying reaches a whole knew and terrifying level.
What if man could transcend the limits of time and space?
Children are naturally gullible. They will believe everything said to them, and sometimes it is fun to lead them along and see how far the deception can go.
But at what cost?
Trust is a fragile thing. Once the tender threads of trust are broken, they are not easily mended.
When I was a little girl, I honestly believed my mom knew everything. She perpetuated the belief, reminding me often when she was right about something. I thought I was the luckiest girl in the world to have such an amazing mother.
Then I discovered she wasn’t omniscient and my whole world fell apart.