Peace, Love and a Dirty Bomb. An aging 60s radical pulls Cole into what could be the end of Cole Sage and San Francisco?
Writers hope their words will live forever, but Cole Sage never dreamed an old article, on the radicals of the Vietnam War era, would ignite a string of terrorist bombings and threaten to destroy San Francisco.
Radicalized by in cult commune, Jason Reed has trained dozens of terror groups, foreign and domestic. He's now on a peyote fueled mission to show Cole Sage the Sixties aren’t over. In a last revolutionary act, Reed hopes to unite the world’s radicals to save Mother Earth. From Wrigley Field to the Golden Gate, Reed lays waste to young and old in a series of devastating bombings.
The search for Jason Reed takes Cole from Washington DC to San Quentin. He meets the President and receives a phone call from Charles Manson. Cole finds a new chance at love when he meets a beautiful FBI agent.
Jason Reed’s open challenge to Cole Sage brings the journalist and terrorist face to face in what could be the last interview for both.
Micheal Maxwell has found a niche in the mystery genre with The Cole Sage Series that departs from the usual, heavily sexual, profanity laced norm, and gives readers a character driven stories, with twists, turns, and page turning plot lines, but most of all a hero they can relate to and root for with each new case he finds himself involved in.
The Cole Sage Mystery Series started with Diamonds and Cole. Why not read them all?