Imagine if Clive Cussler and Spider Robinson sat down for a cup of coffee and decided to write an adventure thriller together, featuring an unlikely pair of heroes thrown in among stone-cold killers, a shadowy organization whose true motives are unclear and a device that could literally start Doomsday.
That’s TRIANGLE: FALSE MIRROR, the brilliant debut novel from D. G. Speirs.
Steve Tate and Amy Rogers are Talents – people cursed with an extra ability gifted to them through tragedy – for Amy, the death of her adoptive parents in a car crash that she alone survived; for Steve, the brutal murder of his sister and mother. Each thinks they are alone and unique, until the day their paths cross in the Bahamas – when Steve discovers the woman who murders Amy’s boyfriend in front of them is the same one from his past.
Chasing this killer plunges Steve and Amy headlong into a much larger conflict – a fight led by TRIANGLE, an organization that works in the shadows to keep humanity safe from all types of chaos. Triangle wants this woman as badly as Steve and Amy do, but for an even more urgent reason – she’s after the False Mirror, one of Triangle’s most dangerous projects, a device that in the wrong hands is capable of destroying the world as we know it.
Now Steve and Amy must quickly learn to work together as they pursue their quarry across the globe, from the deserts of New Mexico to San Francisco Bay and beyond. But even as they draw closer to her, they discover clues that she may hold the key to an even greater mystery…
Who they really are.
TRIANGLE: FALSE MIRROR is a fun, high-speed thriller that jumps straight out of today’s headlines, races around the globe at a breakneck pace, yet also questions how much we take for granted about the way things work, and how vulnerable that makes us all.
“You’ve written a real page-turner!”
– Mark Palmer, screenwriter (“Kim Possible”, “Penguins of Madagascar”).
D. G. Speirs is a writer and adventurer living in Florida. Born in New York, raised in California, he’s been a traveler all his life. A former sailor, he was once the top graduate from the Navy’s toughest enlisted school. But he can’t talk about that. He’s enjoyed a four decade long career as an entertainer on stage and screen, and still occasionally sings and dances in places, including a current stint as a member of the sketch comedy troupe Some Sort of Show in Tampa, Florida. He loves visiting Walt Disney World, which he visits regularly. He’s a fan of the show Kim Possible, which he considers one of the best things ever done by Disney – and occasionally appears in cosplay events as “the world’s most dangerous golfer” (look it up). And he’s been a professional Santa Claus for years. He has two beautiful daughters, and a cat with a foot fetish named Houdini.