“Frank does an amazing job.”
—San Diego Book Review
“Unlike any book you’ve ever read… if you’ve read Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, you’re already aware of Noetic Science. Frank’s approach covers fresh ground.”
“A great compelling mystery… a fast-paced adventure full of intrigue and political suspense that keeps you guessing until the last page.”
Run. For Your Life.
When Liz Greene discovers that her father is missing, she is unwittingly drawn into a sinister plot that could change the world forever.
Before he went missing, Professor Harry Greene had been working on a crucial research project with major ramifications for the world. Now, Liz needs to find both her father, and his groundbreaking research before it's too late.
Meanwhile, United States President Daniel Rafferty is visiting Cape Town. Is it a coincidence that Liz’s father vanished while Rafferty is in the same city, or is there an even more sinister terrorist plot at play?
Follow Liz, as she and her friend, Tim Fletcher, decode one clue after another in a deadly hunt around Cape Town, while their pursuers will stop at nothing until they get what they want.
Winner - Indie Reader Discovery Award for Popular Fiction
Winner - Judges' Choice Award - Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Awards
Finalist - Best Thriller - Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Awards
Finalist - Best Fiction, First Novel - Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Awards
Finalist - Book Excellence Awards
“Robert Ludlum knew how to get you wrapped around his finger—Frank has the capabilities to do the same… Bevan Frank definitely could be the next ‘big name’ in international thrillers.”
—Brian’s Book Blog
“A cocktail of Deon Meyer and The Bourne Identity mixed with a dash of James Bond.”
“Moves along at break neck pace… a bit mystery, a little bit suspense and a whole lot of action. It reminds me a bit of Robert B. Parker’s works, and also Lee Childs, James Rollins or Tom Clancy… For a first novel the writing is very tight.”
—Steven R. McEvoy, Amazon Hall of Fame and Top 1000 Reviewer
“Bevan Frank definitely could be the next ‘big name’ in international thrillers.”
—Brian’s Book Blog