When a high-speed chase goes terribly wrong, Santa Fe police officer Dan Page watches in horror as a car and gas tanker explode into flames. Torn with guilt that he may be responsible, Page returns home to discover that his wife, Tori, has disappeared.Frantic, Page follows her trail to Rostov, a remote town in Texas famous for a massive astronomical observatory, a long-abandoned military base, and...
Hardcover: 352 pages
Publisher: Vanguard Press (July 7, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 6.2 x 1.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 2087855
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A cop's wife has become entranced by ghost lights near a small Texas town, and the cop doesn't understand why. Meanwhile a rogue intelligence officer is trying to create the ultimate weapon that is somehow tied to the lights. It gets complicated an...
d nighttime phenomena that draw onlookers from every corner of the globe. Many of these gawkers—Tori among them—are compelled to visit this tiny community to witness the mysterious Rostov Lights.Without warning, a gunman begins firing on the lights, screaming “Go back to hell where you came from,” then turns his rifle on the bystanders. A bloodbath ensues, and events quickly spiral out of control, setting the stage for even greater violence and death.Page must solve the mystery of the Rostov Lights to save his wife. In the process, he learns that the decaying military base may not be abandoned at all, and that the government may have known about the lights for decades. Could these phenomena be more dangerous than anyone could have possibly imagined?