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About Isla Molina
Isla Molina lives on the East Coast with her husband and puppy. She writes thrillers under the name HN Wake.
Ideas jump her at the oddest times.
You can find her on Facebook https://fb.me/IslaMolinaWriter and her website www.islamolina.com
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A discovery by a researcher threatens the dominance of Philadelphia’s controlling family in the fully imagined, near future of this taut science fiction thriller.
In a future controlled by family-owned city-states and a nanotech surveillance cloud, Tillers tried hard to avoid the attention of the System.
But the suspicious collapse of a renowned professor sets his researcher, Dez Lighthorse, on a search for foul play that leads to the uncovering of dark secrets. Dez’s quest through the forbidden zones beyond the boundaries and the city’s long-buried catacombs soon attracts the attention of a relentless Safeguard investigator.
From the swirling dust of a desolate desert, the emergence of a unique bioreading alerts the omnipresent Mystic.
With the help of the mysterious Seditionists, Dez must outrun the converging threats to uncover a truth that may spark a revolution.
A riveting thriller in a mesmerizing world for fans of Michael Crichton, William Gibson, Stieg Larsson, and Dan Brown.
A bleak desert. An intrepid traveler. One objective.
In near-future earth, an unflinching Scout commences her assignment. She must set the early tripwires with exact timing for the forthcoming mission to be a success. Despite the misgivings of her Committee handlers, she is her planet’s best chance at survival. It's now or never.
The Scout is a prequel short story to the Philadelphia Triptych, part riveting adventure, part treasure hunt, and part mystery with a reluctant, introverted heroine set in a mesmerizing world. A blend of Michael Crichton, William Gibson, Ernest Cline and Dan Brown.
Explore the universe…
“Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.” Arthur C Clarke penned those words, and they stand true to this day. Do we want to be alone? Leave it to science fiction authors to address that question in equal measure.
Aliens can be peaceful or not. Who will emerge as the superior strain of intelligence? Humanity may be new to the game, but they aren’t new to conflict.
Fantastic races vying for dominance. A microcosm of the greater good. Battles fought for higher ideals. Battles fought just to survive.
War doesn’t care about human or alien. The soldiers fight, and they fight hard, as if their lives depend on it.
Because they do.
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In the year 2083, seven city-states have consolidated power over a resource-poor world through the deployment of the nanotech surveillance cloud Chroma. In Philadelphia, even as she researches the inner workings of the Sainz family’s power, gutsy, solitary Dez Lighthorse is launched into their infighting.
But when her best friend disappears, Dez plunges headlong in dangerous pursuit. From the pristine world of the Towers to the blazing deserts of the Middle East and the brewing war with the Family of Fayed, Dez must learn to rely on her brains and her courage.
The perilous quest is aided by a mysterious foreigner and watched over by the quirky Mystic.
Together, the unlikely team may prove unstoppable.
A gripping mystery, rolled into a fast-paced thriller, set in a very real, gritty future. An addictive read for fans of Michael Crichton, William Gibson, Stieg Larsson, and Dan Brown.