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Red Energy The Alex Cave Series Book 3 (Cold Energy part 2) - The Alex Cave Series #3

James M. Corkill

Publisher: James M. Corkill

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The Yellowstone Super Volcano is about to erupt, but going back in time to stop it won’t work if Alex can’t remember what to do, in this science fiction techno-thriller. 
Geologist Alex Cave discovers a piece of alien technology on one of the Aleutian Islands, but before he can take it to a safe location, it is stolen and taken to COBRA, a private top-secret research facility south of Yellowstone National Park. 
The scientists have no idea what they’re dealing with, and when Alex’s loved ones and everyone on earth are put in grave danger, he begins a desperate race to save them. If he fails, every living thing on the planet will die a slow and painful death. 
How does Alex save civilization from extinction? Find out by grabbing your copy now!

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