-- Lisa Brackmann, Amazon Top 10 Mystery and Thriller author
"The best closing act of any book I have read in years."
-- Wired.com Best Indie Whodunit
"This story hooked me early and kept me interested throughout. Unlike many forensic types, the nature of their specialty means Cassie and Walter aren't spending most of their time "back in the lab," but are out in the field and at risk... A real page turner."
-- BigAl's Books & Pals
"The mystery kept me guessing, the suspense made me sweat, and the pace was as blistering as the heat in Death Valley."
-- Good Book Alert
"I'd never considered reading an eco-thriller until I came across Toni's work. The woman can put you in the desert, set the dogs loose on you, and make you grateful for your next cold glass of water."
-- Bernard Schaffer, Goodreads
"Forensic geology is cool, and the setting in Death Valley perfectly matches the plot. The severity and natural invisible danger of heat, dehydration, and flash flooding in Death Valley reflect and magnify the invisible danger of radioactivity. The whole situation feels creepy and dangerous throughout."
"(A) unique feature of this forensic thriller series is that the protagonists themselves are not the only ones in danger from the murderer but the murderer is plotting a more sinister crime that could have cataclysmic results... It is up to Oldfield and Shaws to stop the perpetrator before there is catastrophic damage, which makes for an exciting read."
-- A-Thrill-a-Week (forensic, medical, and techno-thriller series reviews)
"A very fine job of characterizing the disconnect between measures intended to assure safety and the reality of things sometimes being unsafe. Truly well-written and engaging."
-- David Lochbaum, head of the Nuclear Safety Project, Union of Concerned Scientists
From the Author
Box Set (books 1-3) (Amazon Top 10 Bestseller)
► All books in the series are complete stand-alone stories and can be read in any order.