I'm thrilled to announce the second book in the Katerina Carter Fraud Thriller Series, as well as the official book launch on November 30, 2012, 6 -10pm at the Heritage Grill, 447 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C. It's just steps from the Columbia Street Skytrain station, and everyone is welcome!
If you'd rather not wait for the launch, you can pick up a copy of Game Theory and/or Exit Strategy, (#1 in the series), in ebook or paperback at Amazon, Kobo, Apple, Barnes & Noble or other retailers, or at the links below.
Game Theory is set in and around Greater Vancouver and on the Sunshine Coast in Western Canada.
The most precious things come at a cost—something fraud investigator Katerina Carter knows all too well. She struggles to cope with her uncle Harry’s ever-worsening dementia, just as his estranged daughter reappears.
Kat lands her biggest case ever. Edgewater Investments, a currency hedge fund, is in financial straits. Billionaire Zachary Barron’s business is in freefall, somehow connected to the World Institute, a shadowy organization of the world’s rich and powerful.
Soon Kat discovers a chilling agenda: one global currency, one world government and world army. Just the environment big business needs to operate with impunity—no tripping over borders, bureaucracy or laws. With her reputation on the line and lives at risk, she must decide—is the truth worth fighting for at any cost?
Game Theory uncovers how the world really works, with wealth, freedom and power concentrated in the hands of a few. In this zero sum game, an ever-smaller pool of winners gain from the suffering of others, leaving the masses to fight over the crumbs remaining. And the players will stop at nothing to get what they want.
Praise for Game Theory
—Karen Cantwell, author of the Barbara Marr mysteries
“Another gripping page-turner from Colleen Cross. Suspense-charged to provide one plot twist after another, this credible tale of global fraud and currency domination draws you in and never lets go. An intelligent and exciting read!"
—Sandra Nikolai, author of False Impressions