If you think monsters are scary...you don't know Jack!
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The Tritons are surfacing...
Dr. Obadiah "Jack" Jackson, the smart-mouth cryptozoologist with a penchant for trouble is back. Now the Field Operations Director for ENIGMA (ENtity Identification and Global Management Agency), he and his team find themselves in way over their heads when they travel to the Greek islands to investigate the sudden appearance of strange aquatic creatures the locals are calling mermaids.
Hounded by a cult that worships the animals, hunted by hit-men intent on putting an end to his investigation and his life, and keeping the water-bound creatures from having him and his team for lunch, Jack races to unravel the mystery of the Tritons.
Praise for Sirens' Song:
"Sirens' Song lives up to its name...luring you in and holding you captive!" -Rex Williams, Paranormal Investigator and Medic for SyFy Channel's Destination Truth.
"Siren's Song hits all the right notes. A page-turning plot, heart-stopping battles above and below the waves, cutting-edge technology and weaponry - and of course, more double-crossing villains than you can shake a spear-gun at. Holloway's a skilled conductor, and Siren's Song a thrilling symphony." - David Sakmyster, author of The Pharos Objective.
"Hang on! Jack and the ENIGMA crew are back with more puzzles, action, pirates, and of course creatures. Holloway has crafted a non-stop thriller with more plot twists and surprises and an ending that will shock you!" - Rick Nichols, author of Survivor's Affair.
"Killer mermaids, government conspiracies, and women as beautiful as they are evil. Sirens' Song will lure you to the last page!" - Rick Chesler, author of Wired Kingdom.