- Ficha técnica
- CRAIG L. ANDREWS
ALIENS AND COWBOYS MEET RACHEL AND HER RIFLE.
Rachel Masterson, an aggressive investigative reporter from the city who's interested only in facts, takes a temporary mission to track down Neville Peterson, a colleague who failed to return from the same assignment and seems somehow to be involved with mysterious explosions at a remote Wyoming ranch. At the ranch, she finds that Neville has become obsessed with fighting aliens and UFOs that he insists are terrorizing the place. She steadfastly holds on to her skepticism after seeing strange artifacts, lights in the sky, threats from ominous government agents in black SUVs and even after seeing a mysterious craft fly across the ranch. But after meeting a traumatized neighbor and discovering that her own body has been violated, Rachel joins Neville?s crusade for revenge against the extraterrestrials.
?What do you do when you are attacked by aliens? You fight back! A fresh take on one mankind?s greatest mysteries, Andrews' novel is a gripping page-turner with characters you love to root for. The fast-paced suspense keeps readers guessing until a final showdown goes up in flames. SKY FISHING is a must for sci-fi buffs, and those who aren?t quite sure what?s out there.?-Steve Brigman, author of THE ORPHAN TRAIN.
?SKY FISHING is fast-paced, the dialogue is crisp, the characters are believable, and the plot keeps you guessing - such are the essential ingredients for any good story. Rachel Masterson, a hard-nosed journalist who cares only about facts, is suddenly propelled into a situation where the line between fact and fiction is blurred and survival is questionable. Craig Andrews has written a sci-fi tale that will capture your imagination and keep you turning the page. A book best not read if you're trying to go to sleep!? - Preston Holtry, author of the Morgan Westphal Mystery Series.
?Against the backdrop of Wyoming ranches, Craig Andrews combines elements of mystery and adventure with science fiction for his tale of SKY FISHING. A probable and improbable assortment of characters mix comfortably in Craig?s unique tale of common sense ranchers fighting all that does not make sense. You?ll be hooked early with Sky Fishing and won?t let go until the end.? - Bob Zeanah, author of No Anchor.
"SKY FISHING'S crisp, intimate dialogue and colorful characters, the great phrases like 'put the day in its wrapper,' and perfect pacing make it an enjoyable and easy read. This is a book whose intrigue will carry you along from the hint of trouble on page four to the fiery climactic scene at the end. And the mourning doves are a nice touch." - Claudia J. Taller, author of Daffodils and Fireflies.