A soldier who kills to protect the sacred energy of life.
A woman who wields that energy without knowing the cost.
An enemy who will exploit their weaknesses to destroy the Infinity Project and any future for humankind.
Chad Ridley, a soldier of the legendary Umbra, believes that humans hold the answer to his people’s survival. As a result, he will do whatever is necessary to ensure the Infinity Project continues. That effort includes forfeiting one of his lives during WWII to imprison a rogue soldier beneath the ocean.
That prison has safely endured until today, when American salvage diver Valerie McDermott inadvertently sets them free. Once her ability to change the balance of power between enemies is recognized, the killing begins again.
The fight for survival is on…and someone will die.
If you enjoy modern-day thrillers with scifi elements, and a touch of fantasy and romance, then dive into the world of the Infinitas. Discover memorable characters and strong heroines and heroes, who have to overcome incredible odds to survive. Pick up To Kill Again today by an author of four national writing awards.
Q: Can this book be enjoyed without having read book one To Die Again?
A: Yes, To Kill Again will introduce you to the world of the Infinitas and the soldiers of Umbra as the story unfolds. To Die Again introduces the other important group of this series, a special FBI squad. I would recommend for future books in the series reading books one and two first.
Q: Will I see the main characters in To Die Again and To Kill Again in future books, and will they have their own stories or play important roles again?
A: Yes, to both. You are meeting the key players in the first books for the entire series. Some will be in all the books and play important roles. Some will have more than one book dedicated to their story.
OTHER BOOKS BY SANDY PARKS:
Science Fiction Thrillers
Infinity Solution Series:
To Die Again (An Infinitas Squad novel)
To Kill Again (Soldiers of the Umbra novel)
Hawker Incorporated Series:
Taking Risks Series:
Under the Radar
Off the Chart