Ancient culture meets modern greed.
Special Agent Poppy McVie is on the case!
A vicious killer surfaces on the high seas of Norway.
He’s on every country’s most wanted list and Poppy is determined to take him down.
Her covert ops skills are put to the test as she beguiles her way onto the killer’s fishing trawler.
He’s more deadly than she thought.
Can she catch him in the act—and survive to put the son of a bitch away forever? Or will he escape to stalk her beloved whales again?
If you like jaw-dropping action, thrilling adventure, and strong, feisty female protagonists, then you’ll love this story.
Buy it now and start your adventure today!
What readers are saying:
“Even better than the first. And the first was superb.”
“I simply love Poppy! She is so fiesty and gung ho.”
“Loved, loved, loved!!! I am going crazy waiting for the next book!”
“I feel like I just returned from vacation.”
“Bindschatel has once again combined humor, intrigue, and an always-entertaining heroine into an endless adventure.”
Poppy McVie, traveling the world to defend animals, one book at a time
Information on the real world issues:
According to WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation, as of June 2015, in 14 marine parks in 8 different countries, there are:
• 56 orcas currently held in captivity (21 wild-captured plus 35 captive-born).
• 148 orcas have been taken into captivity from the wild since 1961.
• 161 orcas have died in captivity, not including 30 miscarried or still-born calves.
All for entertainment.
In 2013, seven wild orcas were captured by Russian fishermen in the Sea of Okhotsk for the mega-aquarium industry, the first caught in more than a decade. This is not a thing of the past.
Don’t let the ads fool you. For every $1,000,000 SeaWorld makes, about $600 goes to conservation. That’s 5 cents per ticket. Please do NOT support them or any other marine park.
Disclosure: Kimberli A. Bindschatel, author, is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.