Water Crisis: Day Zero is officially available in both print and as an e-book. If you pre-ordered it, it should have already been delivered to your e-reader device. If you didn’t, you can download it now and begin reading immediately.
I’m proud of this story and I hope you will be impressed, too. Several of my advance readers/reviewers have called it “the best Mike Scott story, yet.”
Dwindling freshwater resources around the world are causing unrest, riots and civil war. When photojournalist Mike Scott uncovers a Russian oligarch’s plans to throw the United States in turmoil by poisoning the groundwater, he is in for the fight of his life to stop it. It’s a race against time as Mike fights computer hackers, teams of assassins and robot drones to protect South Florida and the United States from its own Day Zero.
Water Crisis: Day Zero takes place all over the world, from Washington D.C. to Moscow to Switzerland and then off to The Bahamas and Miami, with a couple short stops in between.
This story follows up on a story line from Turks and Chaos: Hostile Waters. If you haven’t read it already (and why not?) it has enough detail that you won’t feel lost.
You might want to read it anyway, though, just to get the full effect. Through August 6, the e-book version of Turks and Chaos: Hostile Waters is on sale for just $0.99! (That’s a $2 savings.)
A final challenge: take a picture of yourself reading one of my books. If you prefer ebooks, turn your reader around so we can see the cover. Send it to me and I’ll share it on social media or tag me in your own post and I will reshare!