By Caryl Rivers
From foreign bestselling writer Caryl Rivers, a street-wise crime reporter and all-American technological know-how author stumble onto a conspiracy that may threaten not just their careers, yet their very lives.
“A trendy bio tech thriller…has you completely in its take hold of. The finale is hair-raising! Rivers monitors to solid impression her streetwise, culturally hip experience of humor.” – ny day-by-day News
Sally Ellenberg has a nostril for undesirable information. It’s harmful to her love existence, yet excellent for her task at the crime beat. while writing up a record on a minor delay, she stumbles throughout a wierd element: in the midst of the holdup, the gunman screamed by surprise ahead of falling useless. In trying to find solutions, Sally groups up with orderly (and attractive) science-writer John Forbes Aiken to chase down an more and more weird and wonderful sequence of clues, from lacking post-mortem stories to strange mind experiments on animals.
As Sally and Jack dig deeper, they discover a conspiracy attaining into the top degrees of the U.S. govt and the escalating struggle on Terror. Reeling from a brand new sequence of assaults from Al Qaeda terrorists, the army desperately seeks new how you can get intelligence on those that may assault the USA. As robust forces try and discredit Sally and Jack, they locate themselves more and more by myself as they catch up with to the terrifying truth.
“Rivers has a truly deft hand with prose and a present for witty discussion, resources that make it a excitement to learn INDECENT habit – the bio tech plot, which leaves the FBI, CIA and govt having a look sleazy and sordid, strikes quick in and round Boston, extraordinary the reader with its twists and turns…a nice novel and a real excitement to read.” –Boston Herald
“Rivers attempts her hand at a bio-tech mystery, with slickly specialist effects. Rivers is as fun as ever, and her major couple make tremendous corporation indeed.” –Kirkus
“A energetic tale from the scoop racket… There aren’t too many truly strong newspaper novels, so it’s pleasing to document that INDECENT BEHAVIOR…has the previous newsroom pungency, although, as reporter Sally Ellenberg realizes, newsrooms aren’t what they used to be.” –Chicago Tribune