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“Icarus” by  David K. Hulegaard

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It’s the winter of 1947 in Ashley Falls, West Virginia, and a teenage girl has gone missing. Local private detective Miller Brinkman takes the case, quickly uncovering a string of bizarre clues. He soon discovers that his missing persons case is not an isolated incident, but part of an otherworldly mystery—one that, if confronted, may threaten the very future of humanity.

Reviews:

“A fascinating read!” I could not put this down!! I have read some of David Hulegaard’s things in the past, so when I saw this book I was very excited to read it and it did not disappoint! His writing style is brilliant and he easily keeps your attention through all the thrilling twists and turns. I am patiently waiting until I can see how the story continues in Volume 2, as the ending of Icarus definitely left me hanging just enough to be satisfied with the book yet eager for the next!~Cindra

“A very surprising story!” I am not normally a reader of detective/SiFi style novels, but I am anxiously awaiting Volumes 2 and 3 of this series. The element of science fiction was introduced so well and was the most surprising plot twist, that I was thinking about the story and characters for quite a while after finishing the book. The hero is as resilient as Indiana Jones and he absorbs personal losses in stride. Hard, for me, to describe this style of storytelling, but for me it was entertaining to say the least.~Louis G. Malzone

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