An intern with a secret identity-a savage killing machine-and a tragic misunderstanding.
Architect Iris Reid knew her dream commission designing a museum would be exciting, but not "in the crosshairs of international spies" exciting!
At her first design meeting with her client, billionaire inventor Alex Harcon, he brings along an invention destined for a government lab. This revolutionary weapon has caught the attention of hostile foreign powers, and of Iris' new intern - who isn't what he seems.
Unfortunately, due to a misunderstanding on Iris's part, the device won't exactly be reaching its intended destination. Now, in order to avoid an impending disaster which will jeopardize the lives of people she cares about, Iris needs to correct her mistake and retrieve the device.
If only she had a blueprint on how to do it...
This fifth installment of the Iris Reid Mystery series finds Iris enmeshed in a web of international intrigue. Her task to design a museum for a wealthy financier quickly morphs into a treacherous cat- and-mouse escapade with ruthless Russians, dicey FBI agents, and a death weapon guaranteed to send chills down your spine!
P.M. Steffen, best-selling author of Killing Ulysses and The Profiler's Daughter
Praise for the Iris Reid Mystery Series from Kirkus Reviews:
"Cory gleefully breezes through subplots and twists with a resourceful protagonist at the helm."
"Mystery and distinctive characters hone this remarkable story."
"The plot becomes more unnerving as it progresses."
"An appealing, believable hero."