In Palm Trees and Snowflakes, Scott Bury proves a good author doesn’t need a lot of words or a lot of pages to tell a brilliant and compelling story. The novelette is short. The power it packs is explosive.
Le Crime Series has given him a wonderful background: Hawaii, steep with mystery, intrigue, and folklore. It is an island that can be as deadly as it is beautiful. FBI agent Vanessa Storm has known it for a long time. She finds out once again, up close and personal just how violent a few minutes in her life can be.
A designer drug has found its way into the islands. Want a perfect high? This is the drug for you. Want to die? Don’t take it. The drug, known as Snowflake, will kill you.
Vanessa Storm is facing the holidays. She plans to go home for Christmas. Now she only hopes she will survive the holidays and live through Christmas.
Scott Bury has the ability to crawl into your psyche and imagination and leave you stunned at what you’ve just read. He doesn’t simply put Hawaii on the printed page. He leads you inside Hawaii, and you feel the same fear that confronts all of his characters. Scott bury is a master storyteller.
In Honolulu, where the palm trees are strung with lights for the holidays, FBI Special Agents Vanessa Storm and Alan Terakawa have their hands full trying to stop the deadly flow of snowflake, the newest designer drug. Faulty intel brings the agents into a deadly firefight, which yields even more puzzles. Time is running out to stop this lethal flood.