Synopses & Reviews
Following a hugely successful debut novel, The President's Weapon, which has enjoyed a solid 4.4 Star Rating with a 64% 5 Star status; Russ Snyder's second work, Dead Water, was chosen for both the Editor's Choice and Rising Star Awards, and was launched May 6, 2016. Direct from Amazon: "A definite page turner that grabs you and doesn't let loose through the entire adventure An awesome follow-up to The President's Weapon ..."-Clayton PepperAfter parachuting into a clearing, Rijah Ellhad makes his way through the Alaskan woods until reaching a remote lake, dons hazmat gear, and tosses a vial into the water. Fourteen hours later, he returns and stares in disbelief at the scene before him; dead fish floating on the lake so thick that he thought he could walk across them to the other shore, causing a chill like no other to run up his spine.After President Robert Williams learns of the horrific fish kill, he strongly suspects it is an experiment of a new bioterrorist weapon. After directing the FBI, CIA, and the NSA to begin investigating, he also asks old friend and former Marine Captain Richard Starr for him and his team fronted by Sgt. Marvin Styles, USMC retired, to assist in the operation. As Styles and team race against other agencies, and most importantly, time; they must utilize their unique skills to find the terrorists and eliminate the threat. Complicating the entire matter is a catastrophic event so shattering it shakes the entire country to its very core, and leaving the team questioning whether they can even continue. In an emotionally gripping tale, this special civilian 'Black Ops' group must outrace and outthink everyone to prevent the unleashing of perhaps the most dangerous synthetic toxic terrorist weapon ever; one that could devastate all aquatic life and realistically jeopardize the world's population.