Trial hooks the reader with fast paced action, whether in the North Sea with less-than-adequate internet, or in the high-tech bio development lab with overarching superiors willing to misuse discoveries and advancements for evil at any cost—even murder.
Columbia, Missouri (PRWEB) September 18, 2015
Readers who love the ironic mystery in a good Edgar Allan Poe story, the haunted worlds of Guy de Maupassant, and the resolution of riddles that A. Conan Doyle puzzled out so masterfully will love Mike Trial’s most recent collection, ‘The Icy Fire of Deception.’
Trial has traveled the world and viewed far countries and cultures with a sharp eye for detail, which is expertly woven into each of the locales employing a lyrical style and modern bent. Mike Trial hooks the reader with his fast paced action, whether in the North Sea with less-than-adequate internet, or in the high-tech bio development lab with overarching superiors willing to misuse discoveries and advancements for evil at any cost—even murder.
‘The Icy Fire of Deception’ renders an airliner flying over the arctic with a dead man at the controls, a songwriter’s sudden popularity based on melodies he couldn’t possibly have written, a woman escaping a loveless marriage about to board an airplane doomed to crash, a theft in which the only suspect is already dead, a woman trapped on a derelict oil platform in a chilling north sea storm, and much more.
One reviewer said: “Mike Trial has been a lifelong fan of film noir – and he uses his love of darkness to great advantage in ‘The Icy Fire of Deception’, stories crafted to sweep readers into a loveless world where cold hands are directed by even colder hearts, where people are not so much immoral as amoral.”
Mike Trial has written five books and lives in Columbia, Missouri.
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