The Child Riddler, a spy thriller by Angela Greenman
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The Child Riddler
OCALA, FL – Debut author and International Firebird Book Award winner Angela Greenman draws inspiration from her time with the International Atomic Energy Agency and U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission to create what BestThrillers.com called “a slick spy thriller that balances a futuristic counter-terrorism mission with the battle for its heroine’s soul.”
In “The Child Riddler” (Bella Books) Zoe Lorel has attained her dream job as an elite operative in an international spy agency, and she’s found her one true love. Her world is mostly perfect–until she is sent to abduct a nine-year-old girl.
The girl is the only one who knows the riddle that holds the code to unleash the most lethal weapon on earth: the first ever “invisibility” nanoweapon, a cloaking spider bot. But Zoe’s agency isn’t the only one after the child. And when enemies reveal the invisibility weapon’s existence to underground arms dealers, every government and terrorist organization in the world wants to find that little girl.
Zoe races to save not only the child she has grown to care about, but also herself. Meanwhile, the agency-prescribed pills–the ones that transform her into the icy killer she must become to survive–are beginning to threaten her engagement to the one person who brings her happiness. Can she protect the young girl, and still protect the one thing she cares about more than anything else?
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Praise for The Child Riddler
“…outstanding and brilliant tale…never a dull moment…detailed and vivid…” — Readers’ Favorite
“A slick spy thriller that balances a futuristic counter-terrorism mission with the battle for its heroine’s soul.” — Best Thrillers
“Extremely entertaining techno-thriller…a globetrotting adventure…memorable characters…fast action…plus some beautiful descriptions of cities and architecture.” — Audiobook Blog
“The highly suspenseful narrative flowed at a fast pace with startling and exciting twists and turns.” — Love Reading
“The book opens with a bang with a powerful, action-packed scene that matches up well with some of the best spy thrillers I’ve read previously… Greenman is a capable writer… well done and highly entertaining.” — Crime Fiction Critic
Angela Greenman— Author of The Child Riddler
Angela Greenman is an internationally recognized communications professional. She has been an expert and lecturer with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for over a decade. She had the honor to be selected to draft the Communications Review Criteria (internal, external and crisis) for the IAEA’s prestigious Corporate Operational Safety Review Team.
As Lead Trainer for an IAEA regional workshop, she received perfect scores from nine countries. At the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) she served as a spokesperson and was given a special citation for developing an agency publication which was published by the Federal government (“Guidelines for Conducting Public Meetings”). Also while at the NRC, she was a recipient of multiple awards for exceptional effectiveness in dealing with the media and public.
Prior to the NRC, she was a press officer for the Chicago Commission on Human Relations, the City’s civil rights department where she coordinated a city-wide anti-bias campaign. She has traveled the world (21 countries and counting), sailed the turquoise Caribbean waters, explored Canada’s beautiful wilderness and lakes, and now her imagination is devising plots for future novels that will feature more of the exciting places she has been.
To learn more about Angela Greenman, click on any of the following links: Website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok.
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