Girls of Yellow (Elise De Jong/Sami Ali Book 1)
Orest Stelmach (Author)
DescriptionA GRIPPING, SUSPENSEFUL CRIME THRILLER WITH A SHOCKING PREMISE. Imagine a world where modern governments failed their citizens and long-simmering conflicts escalated into global war. Imagine if its survivors migrated toward those who share the same faith. Imagine the continents are ruled by religions. When the mysterious death of a teenage girl triggers memories of a similar childhood event, police Detective Sami Ali becomes consumed with solving her murder. Persecuted by the shame of his past, Ali will stop at nothing to find the killer, even if his investigation puts his wife and daughter at risk. As he follows the clues, Ali collides with another lost soul - a foreign spy. Elise De Jong's official mission in Eurabia involves the acquisition of a priceless item that could shift the balance of power among the theocracies. But she also has a personal objective - to find her last living relative, the little sister whom she hasn't seen since her birth. To succeed in their missions, Elise and Ali must find common ground despite their religious differences, for they can depend only on each other.
May 17, 2018
5.25 X 0.67 X 8.0 inches | 0.75 pounds
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About the Author
Born in America to Ukrainian immigrants, Orest Stelmach spoke no English when beginning his education, and went on to graduate from Dartmouth College and the University of Chicago. He has worked a variety of jobs, from dishwasher and shelf stocker to English teacher in Japan and international investment portfolio manager. The Boy Who Glowed in the Dark is his third novel, following The Boy From Reactor 4 and The Boy Who Stole From the Dead. He lives in Simsbury, Connecticut.