Jamie Freveletti Bibliography Template

Running from the Devil (Emma Caldridge, #1)3.8 · Rating details ·  771 Ratings  ·  150 Reviews

A race against evil

Emma Caldridge, a chemist for a cosmetics company, is en route from Miami to Bogotá when her plane is hijacked and spins out of control into the mountains near the Venezuelan border. Thrown unhurt from the wreckage, she can do nothing but watch as guerrillas take the other passengers hostage.

An endurance marathon runner, Emma silently trails the guerrillA race against evil

Emma Caldridge, a chemist for a cosmetics company, is en route from Miami to Bogotá when her plane is hijacked and spins out of control into the mountains near the Venezuelan border. Thrown unhurt from the wreckage, she can do nothing but watch as guerrillas take the other passengers hostage.

An endurance marathon runner, Emma silently trails the guerrillas and their captives, using her athletic prowess and scientific knowledge to stay alive. Those skills become essential when she discovers an injured passenger, secret government agent Cameron Sumner, separated from the group. Together they follow the hostages, staying one step ahead by staying one step behind.

Meanwhile, as news of the hijacking breaks in Washington, the Department of Defense turns to Edward Banner, former military officer and current CEO of a security consulting firm, for help. Banner quickly sends a special task force to the crash site, intent on locating the survivors before it’s too late.

But finding Emma and Sumner is only the beginning, as Banner starts to realize that Emma was on a personal mission when the plane went down. There is more to the beautiful, talented biochemist than anyone ever imagined, for in her possession is a volatile biological weapon in an ingenious disguise, one that her enemies have set for auction to the highest bidder.

Combining the action-packed plotting of Lee Child and Daniel Silva, and the rich scientific detail of Kathy Reichs and Tess Gerritsen, Running from the Devil is a breathtaking debut from a bold and daring new author....more

Cheryl L. Reed
Poison Girls

It’s the summer of 2008. Chicago’s Hyde Park Senator is running for the White House, the city is vying to host the 2016 Summer Olympics, and Poison, a lethal form of heroin, has killed more than 250 people, including dozens suburban girls from prominent families.
 
Natalie Delaney, a crime reporter from theChicago Times, discovers that daughters of Democratic powerhouses are the real targets of a serial killer who uses drugs instead of a gun. Obsessed with finding who is behind the killings, Natalie becomes entangled in an underworld where drugs, cops, gangs, politics and privilege collide. Risking everything, this reporter becomes the story…

Here’s what others are saying:

“A gritty story of a Chicago reporter’s infiltration of the city’s toughest neighborhoods during a heroin epidemic, written by a great new voice in crime fiction. Noir fans and readers of Laura Lippman will love Poison Girls.  – Jamie Freveletti, internationally bestselling author of Dead Asleep.

“Already an award-winning investigative reporter, Cheryl Reed now proves equally talented in the world of fiction. At turns raw and tragic, tender and ultimately uplifting, Poison Girls is an impressive debut.”
-- Sean Chercover, award-winning author of The Savior's Game

“Touching, salty, brutal, organized, lost, powerful and tragic.”                                                                                                                                                                   --Janet Burroway, author of Writing Fiction               

“An ambitious book, noirish, Dickensian in a modern way, and rooted in the realistic tradition.” 
--Stuart Dybek, MacArthur "Genius" Award Winner and author of The Coast of Chicago ​
  
Ceryl L. Reed is a veteran journalist. She is the author of POISON GIRLS, a thriller about mysterious deaths of girls in Chicago. She is also the author of UNVEILED: THE HIDDEN LIVES OF NUNS, which chronicles her four years living off and on with nuns. She is a former editor and reporter at the Chicago Sun-Times and other newspapers. She earned her MFA from Northwestern University and recently was a U.S. Fulbright Scholar in Ukraine. She is an assistant professor at Syracuse University. Cheryl’s reportage of girls using drugs drug is the inspiration for POISON GIRLS, her fiction debut.

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