Go On A Hunt For The Zyklon Killer In Book 2 Of The Fava Series "Zyklon" By Author John Hazen

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Beacon Audiobooks has just released "Zyklon: Fava, Book 2" written by author John Hazen and narrated by Chris Ritchie, available worldwide, download your copy today!

NEW YORK - eTradeWire -- In the first book Fava, the biggest story of Francine Vega's career could end her life...or start World War III. Francine is a rising TV news reporter in New York City. Despite her brains, beauty and a growing following, she is stuck covering local interest stories. That is until her career literally hits the jackpot when the winner of a $450 million dollar lottery tells Francine that he is committed to using his new fortune to avenge his brother's killing at the Pentagon on 9/11. His seemingly crazy plan is backed by more than just money-he is in league with a ruthless and powerful Army Colonel gone rogue, religious extremists and co-conspirators in the highest levels of government. Francine teams with FBI Special Agent Will Allen, one of the few people who believe the threat is real, in a desperate race across three continents to stop the plot before it's too late.

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In the second book of the Fava series, Zyklon, Action 6 News's Francine Vega hunts for the Zyklon Killer before he can kill again while at the same time reporting on a heated presidential campaign. The more she digs into each story, the more they converge to expose an explosive truth that could rock the country to its core.

Beacon Audiobooks has just released Zyklon: Fava, Book 2 written by author John Hazen and narrated by Chris Ritchie, download your copy on Audible today:


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