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OMG! I'll never drink water again,
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This review is from: Badwater (The Forensic Geology Series Book 2) (Kindle Edition)
When the FBI copters out Sierra Geoforensics, Cassie Oldfield and Walter Shaws, her mentor, aren't told where they're going. And no wonder: It's a murder scene, an attempted hijacking of highly radioactive waste in Death Valley. Worse yet, Cassie soon discovers the bungled hijack had predecessors. There's a lot of highly radioactive waste missing from the treatment plant. Smuggled out and replaced with talc. Where'd it go and why? And worse yet, this may have been an inside job. Who can Cassie and Walter trust?
Cassie soon suspects everyone in Nevada and California should be scared, for there may be plans to release this waste into the groundwater, where folks will suck its poisons for centuries. Think tap water, plants and animals; think glow-in-the-dark dead. Good name, "Death Valley," especially when the killer(s) target Cassie and Walter.
Badwater provides chills and thrills in abundance, will make its readers pause before a swim or pull of the tap. One of the most frightening books I've read. The star system doesn't go high enough for Toni Dwiggins' Badwater.