When a hiker turns up dead at the base of a cliff near Dahlonega, Georgia, Deputy Sheriff Bob Denton believes he has an accident on his hands—until the hiker's sister discovers a peculiar clue. Joined by Marlane Somer, a young journalist in search of a story, Denton investigates what becomes a string of unusual deaths, all apparently tied to a pharmaceutical plant in the North Georgia Mountains. Denton and Marlane realize they're onto something much bigger, darker and dangerous than a murder investigation.
Arrested under trumped up charges, Denton becomes a fugitive, and Marlane is kidnapped. Bob is convinced the truth lies deep underground in an abandoned gold mine. He risks his life to uncover an operation putting him on a collision course with a well-funded terrorist organization with Nazi connections.
The reader is plunged into a fast-paced thriller featuring an international conspiracy whose tentacles reach into major U.S. cities, Germany, the Middle East, and Africa.
Ten Seconds To Die is an enthralling page-turner, filled with unique and compelling characters, unexpected twists and turns and a jaw dropping revelation at the end.
Since the gold rush ended, folks in Dahlonega, Georgia have been living just above the poverty level. When a billionaire builds a pharmaceutical plant in town, life returns to normal again. When a hiker is found dead at the base of a cliff on the Appalachian trail, the cause of death quickly changes from accident to murder. A deputy sheriff and a reporter team up to uncover clues and solve the case… until their lives are put in danger. Before long, everyone who gets involved with the case ends up arrested, murdered, or on the run. The coroner, the mechanic, and two witnesses are all killed after they uncover evidence of the hiker's murder – and the deputy sheriff is framed as their killer. All signs point to the pharmaceutical plant's research facility, but will the deputy be able to prove his innocence and catch the killer?