||D.N.A. is Book Two in the Acroname series.
Fifty-five-year-old police detective Frank Ridge has hit a slump in his career. A recent homicide case is botched,
and Frank is
blamed for not keeping up with crime scene technology. In an
effort to rectify the situation, he enlists
the help of Dennis
Andrews, a young CSI military scientist who
is fascinated with all
the latest technologies. Dennis
has created a new device that quickly analyzes DNA
samples at the molecular level, without damaging
or even touching the samples.
Together, the two crime fighters start working as a team solving virtually impossible cold cases. Everything seems
to be going
well at first, but then the two are under fire from government
who would like to see the DNA device disappear, along with the dynamic duo. To complicate matters further, the killer in
botched homicide has
decided that Frank is to blame for all
his legal problems,
and is hell-bent to make him pay. Frank and
become moving targets as they continue their quest to
solve cold cases.
Here are some initial reviews:
My daughter and I are avid Kindle readers. We share discovery of new writers when either of us by chance come across a really superior page-turner, "who dunit" detective story. I just finished D.N.A., by Jack and Sue Drafahl. It kep me glued to my reading chair by the fire past midnight many nights.
D.N.A. has all the varied elements that make a mystery novel compluslive reading. The authors' knowledge of police procedure, forensic technology and crimial law bears total credibiliity and never becomes tedious. Corruption, with billions of dollars at stake, at the level of the U.S. Senate and Military, touches depressingly on today's daily news. The murders - and there are many - follow a logical pattern and are artfully introduced without pathological, gory details that make the reader's stomach turn.
The subplot, a warm and poignant love affair and warm family loyalty, provides relief from the malignant forces at work and is never tedious or graphically prurient. The daily advance in computer technology make the complex plot for the story excitingly believable.
I found D.N.A. a fine read, wonderfully entertaining and a new star in the art of writing mystery novels. Let's have more, Jack and Sue Drafahl. - Stan Waterman
Outrageously entrenched with nano-tech details to outwit the crimials and death. D.N.A. is a fast reading story written as a screenplay with strong, fascinating characters. - Zale Parry
Readers of the Acroname series by Jack and Sue Drafahl, will be pleased to see the release of D.N.A. It is filled with plot twists, romance, multiple story lines artfully woven together, and creative, high-tech tools to please even the most discerning critic. You won’t be disappointed! - Dianne Morris
What an intriguing plot with an intertwining composite of subplots! Sure to grab and hold your attention as the pages fly. It all ties together with unexpected twists and revelations. A delight to read. - Lorna VanderZanden
Edge of your seat excitement, hi-tech espionage, with richly-grizzled Detective Frank Ridge square in the middle of the mayhem. Nano technology meets good old-fashioned detective work in this action-packed thriller. Look out, Dean Koontz, the Drafahl’s have arrived! - Nancy McGee
You’ll be taken on a journey of suspense, romance, dirty politics, murder, and deceit as the good guys discover new ways to fight violent crime and put an end to corruption. Lots of action and intrigue, along with interesting characters, will keep you involved in the book from start to finish – you won’t want to put it down. We’re anxiously awaiting the next book in the Acroname Series! Well done … we want more! - Marsha & Paul Stamatakis
C.A.T. is Book One in the Acroname series.
Curt Allen Towers (C.A.T.) owns a successful manufacturing company, specializing in miniaturized robotic devices. His life
is turned upside down when he is accused of the rape and murder of a business associate. Curt struggles to prove his innocence, but finds there is a fine line between friend and foe. He must now rely on his gut feelings to judge a person and
read them with his heart.
A fugitive from prison, he desperately runs for his life, evading one attempt after another on his life. Curt lives up to his nickname of CAT and wonders if nine lives are enough? If you loved the TV action adventures of “The Fugitive” and “MacGyver,” then you will enjoy
C. A. T.
Here are some initial reviews:
This book is a great read - you won't want to put it down! It's full of action, and will have you cheering for CAT (Curt Allen Towers) as he dodges the bad guys. The book
has it all - there are twists and turns, suspense, action-packed moments, intrigue,
humor and romance. It will keep you interested right to the end! I'm looking forward
to their next book. Highly recommended! - Paul S.
Reading CAT provided the escape and the entertainment I was looking for. I tried to second guess the twists and turns – to no avail. A real page-turning adventure. - Michele Hall
I couldn't put the book down once I started reading it. Hope to read many more
novels from these two!! - Laure Dannewitz
What a plot! I thoroughly enjoyed reading CAT! The plot is loaded with twists and turns - you just don't know what the authors will fire at you next! - L. Moore
It is a wonderful tale of intrigue, suspense, and adventure full of twists and turns. You can't help but admire and cheer for Curt along the way... An action-packed, enjoyable, and fun read will have you wanting more from the authors. It is sure to keep you
entertained!. - Marsha P.
Interesting story with many twists. The scuba diving adventures were accurate and
I‘m ready to book a trip to the caves of Mexico. Definitely worth the read. - ScubaNancy
Fantastic Read! I loved this book-couldn’t put it down. I can't wait for their next
book in this series ! - Pam M.