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The 7th Fire
by Spencer McKinley View author's profile page

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Based on True Events In 2019, The Canadian Government sent seven scientists to investigate an environmental disaster in the Northwest Territories: all seven advisors vanished. When activist Annie Erickson learns that her sister is one of "The Missing," she embarks on a dangerous quest to find her. As a global pandemic threatens, Erickson realizes that her mission has just begun.Ba
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Inspired by True Events

In 2019, The Canadian Government sent seven scientists to investigate an environmental disaster in the Northwest Territories: all seven advisors vanished. When teen activist Annie Erickson learns that her sister is one of "The Missing," she embarks on a dangerous quest to find her. Annie's investigation leads her to a region called The Lake of The Woods and to an uninhabited island believed to be haunted. As Annie investigates each lead, she allies herself with a rogue scientist and a political whistleblower. Together, they uncover a classified bioweapons program: "The 7th Fire." As events unfold amid a global pandemic, Annie realizes that her mission has just begun.

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About the author


Spencer McKinley is an author and environmentalist, represented by Palamedes, the UK's leading book PR agency. She has been featured in respected publications including Reader's Digest UK, Female First, The Scotsman and The Star. She supports various environmental platforms, including Cultural Survival, Conservation International, WeForest, Amnesty International and Oceana. In 2014, before the Covid Crisis, the author served as a CPT Delegate monitoring a biochemical contaminate discovered on First Nation Lands, in Ontario Canada. She is one of the rare outsiders to have witnessed first-hand the devastation at Grassy Narrows Reserve. The ensuing catastrophe caused a political firestorm, resulting in the longest-running Blockade in Canadian history, and became known as the country's worst environmental disaster.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Thrillers

Language:English

Pages:188

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098377557

Paperback ISBN:9781098377540


Overview


Based on True Events In 2019, The Canadian Government sent seven scientists to investigate an environmental disaster in the Northwest Territories: all seven advisors vanished. When activist Annie Erickson learns that her sister is one of "The Missing," she embarks on a dangerous quest to find her. As a global pandemic threatens, Erickson realizes that her mission has just begun.Ba

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Description


Inspired by True Events

In 2019, The Canadian Government sent seven scientists to investigate an environmental disaster in the Northwest Territories: all seven advisors vanished. When teen activist Annie Erickson learns that her sister is one of "The Missing," she embarks on a dangerous quest to find her. Annie's investigation leads her to a region called The Lake of The Woods and to an uninhabited island believed to be haunted. As Annie investigates each lead, she allies herself with a rogue scientist and a political whistleblower. Together, they uncover a classified bioweapons program: "The 7th Fire." As events unfold amid a global pandemic, Annie realizes that her mission has just begun.

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About the author


Spencer McKinley is an author and environmentalist, represented by Palamedes, the UK's leading book PR agency. She has been featured in respected publications including Reader's Digest UK, Female First, The Scotsman and The Star. She supports various environmental platforms, including Cultural Survival, Conservation International, WeForest, Amnesty International and Oceana. In 2014, before the Covid Crisis, the author served as a CPT Delegate monitoring a biochemical contaminate discovered on First Nation Lands, in Ontario Canada. She is one of the rare outsiders to have witnessed first-hand the devastation at Grassy Narrows Reserve. The ensuing catastrophe caused a political firestorm, resulting in the longest-running Blockade in Canadian history, and became known as the country's worst environmental disaster.

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