Someone is kidnapping 5-year-old children. There are no ransom demands, no clues, and no bodies. The children simply vanish.
Sonny Marshall, the sax player in the Storm Lake Blues Band in San Francisco, learns of one missing girl, Erin Hightower, from a friend, David Fetchenheir. Fetch happened to see her at a truck stop in Wyoming--seven years after she vanished.
Sonny is intrigued by Fetch's story and becomes obsessed with finding the missing girl. People tell him it's not his job. He should stick to playing music. But Sonny can't let it go. When someone's in trouble, he gets involved, even if he risks his life. What happened to Erin Hightower is not right, and Sonny vows to find her.
In his quest, he meets the detective assigned to the Hightower case. Katrina "Kat" Hastings is a by-the-books cop frustrated by seven years of dead ends. Then Sonny uncovers a clue. It isn't what Fetch saw. It's what he didn't see.
A storm is coming. And when Sonny and Kat realize the scope of the unfolding fury, they know that more than their own lives are in danger. What's happening could affect all of humanity. They learn that the key to this mystery is the answer to this question:
Why would someone abduct 5-year-old children?
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Bradley Adamsson is a nerdy but brilliant high school senior with a rare disease. On the same day he learns his disease will be fatal, fellow student Axel Taylor shows him a strange skull Axel found while hunting in the mountains near Pasadena. Bradley agrees to join Axel in a hike to the cave where he found the skull, and the boys uncover an even stranger artifact—an object of unknown composition and origin that spontaneously transforms when Bradley touches it. The object leads to a dazzling discovery in a mound nearby.
What the boys discover is the Holy Grail of alien technology, something so impossibly advanced that every nation on Earth would kill to possess it. Their discovery triggers an event that rocks the world and makes Bradley the most hunted person on Earth.
The Cerulean Ark is a science fiction adventure combining every science nerd’s dream with everyone’s nightmare. Chased through the streets, hunted by foreign agents, and at odds with the government agency his father works for, Bradley faces the extraordinary choice of hoarding this technology for the rest of what may be a short life, or losing it to governments that promise much but will likely renege on their promises if Bradley gives them access to the Cerulean Ark.
Complicating his dilemma is Eveline Perez, Axel’s girlfriend and the most popular girl in school. Bradley is a nerd with a death sentence and knows he is far out of her league, but he can always dream. Then Eveline is endangered, and only Bradley and the technology he discovered can save her—if the military doesn’t stop him first.
A Play in Two Acts
Delores Merripen is a sorrowful young woman on the brink. As the play opens, she stands on the ledge of a bridge overlooking a deep gorge in a mountainous forest. As she contemplates jumping, a man walks in and sees what she is about to do.
Nuncio Samael is a nondescript older man, slight and unassuming, with a pleasant, unflappable demeanor. He observes her momentarily and says, “Lovely view, isn’t it?”
Delores reluctantly steps over the ledge and begins sharing with him what led her to the edge. As they talk, she realizes that he may not be who he says he is. And she has secrets of her own.
Later, another man enters. Joseph Quade is a stocky man in his forties who inhabits the meaner side of life, and he would like to see Delores jump. In fact, he insists on it.
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