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Kyle Mills

Kyle Mills
Kyle Mills lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he spends his time skiing, rockclimbing and writing books. He is also the author of Rising Phoenix, and Free Fall.

Free Fall
Kyle Mills
In Free Fall, a top-secret FBI file buried in an anonymous government warehouse is missing. Code name Prodigy, the operation was the brainchild of J. Edgar Hoover, who created it to use against his potential enemies, which encompassed everyone in Washington, from JFK to this year's presidential candidate, David Hallorin. The unlucky grad student who uncovered Prodigy is dead, and now his girlfriend is on the run, accused of a hideous murder.

The only man everyone agrees can find the young woman and turn up the explosive document is "off duty." After he revealed embarrassing government illegalities during his previous investigation, the FBI has turned on Mark Beamon and is threatening him with criminal prosecution. He knows better than anyone that this case is his last shot to save his career -- and his country.

Tracking her down will turn out to be the most demanding case Beamon's ever faced -- for the young woman is a professional rock-climber and can drop out of sight anywhere in the world. As it becomes clear that he isn't the only one looking, Beamon begins to ask himself if he might be better off failing this time. Even if he does find her and the file, who will he be able to trust when the FBI itself is under suspicion?

Free Fall takes place in the danger zone where high crimes and extreme sports clash. It's a nonstop adventure that moves from the frozen mountaintops of Wyoming to the cavernous archives of the FBI, from the siren-haunted L.A. streets to the jungles of Thailand.

Mark Beamon is playing for the highest stakes this time. If he blows this one, his career is over and his prison term begins...


Burn Factor
Kyle Mills
Bestselling novelist Kyle Mills took the nation by storm with his stunning debut thriller, Raising Phoenix, a powerful tale of intrigue and suspense that introduced maverick FBI agent, Mark Beamon. Frederick Forsyth raved, "In the world of political thrillers, I have the feeling that young Kyle Mills will soon be a very big player." This exciting new talent carved his place as the heir apparent to the masters of the genre with two more acclaimed novels, the New York times bestselling Storming Heaven and Free Fall, which inspired his most riveting story yet, an edge-of-the-seat thriller featuring a new star - female FBI employee Quinn Barry.

Bright, young, and ambitious, Quinn Barry desperately wants to be an FBI agent. Right now, though, she's just a low-level employee toiling in the basement at Quantico, where she's revamping ancient computer systems against impossible deadlines and a play-it-by-the-book boss who turns a deaf ear to her ideas. But Quinn's career - and her life - are about to change wildly. Testing her new database program, Quinn uses her computer savvy to turn up a mysterious DNA link among five gruesome murders. A link that the old FBI system had been carefully programmed to miss. The discovery lands her a demotion to the hiterlands, followed by a series of unfortunate "accidents" that nearly end her life.

Pitted against a conspiracy of unimaginable proportions, Quinn is determined to uncover what someone very powerful wants to keep hidden - dark, dirty secrets involving high levels of government. She turns for help to her boyfriend, an ambitious young CIA agent, only to flee to protect herself and, she hopes, him. Finally an ally emerges from the most unlikely place of all, and with his help Quinn will at last turn the tables on her shadowy assailants - and land herself in the clutches of a sadistic, brilliant madman who holds the key to it all.

Bristling with the galvanizing suspense and hair-trigger action that Kyle Mill's fans have come to expect, Burn Factor is certain to carve another notch in bestseller lists nationwide.

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