The Archangel Project
October 2008 Indie Next List
— Barbara Rodean, A Likely Story, Sykesville, MD
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A murdered psychologist with ties to a secret CIA-funded remote viewing project . . .
A haunted young Iraq War vet with a "psycho" discharge and a talent that has marked her for death . . .
A deadly secret that will rock the world.
You can't hide the truth from those who can see.
When the charred remains of Tulane professor Henry Youngblood are discovered in the burned-out ruins of his New Orleans offices, the CIA sends maverick troubleshooter Jax Alexander to investigate. Joined in a reluctant partnership with remote viewer October "Tobie" Guinness, Jax struggles to decipher a cryptic set of clues that leads from the devastated neighborhoods of New Orleans to the power corridors of Washington, D.C. Pursued by agents of an influential oil and defense conglomerate with ties to the President himself, Jax and Tobie soon find themselves in a breakneck race against time to stop a ruthless killer and avert a diabolical plot that could devastate America.
Praise For The Archangel Project…
— Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Venetian Betrayal
“As current as today’s headlines and as disturbing as your darkest nightmare [….] Riveting, provocative, and enthralling, here is a debut not to be missed.”
— James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Judas Strain New York Times bestselling author of The Judas Strain James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Judas Strain
“[A] rollicking suspense novel. . . Conspiracy fans will love this impressive series opener.”
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“The pace of the plot in this book is blistering....It’ll keep you turning pages.”
— The Advocate
Harper, 9780061351204, 384pp.
Publication Date: September 30, 2008
About the Author
C.S. Graham is the pseudonym of writing team Steven Harris and Candice Proctor. Steven Harris spent twenty-one years as an Army Intelligence officer. His career ranged from participation in the Army's controversial domestic spying activities to running agents in Southeast Asia. He also spent ten years in Washington, D.C., working at the national intelligence level. Candice Proctor is the author of more than a dozen previous novels, including the critically acclaimed Sebastian St. Cyr mystery series published under the name C.S. Harris. A former academic with a P.h.D. in history, she has lived most of her life abroad, in Europe, the Middle East, and Australia.