The Omega Crystal & New Moves

The Omega Crystal & New Moves

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In The Omega Crystal, Geoff Lance was the top-rated television anchor in Sacramento, but he was getting weary of the struggle with his bosses over their dumbing down of the news. His life took a sudden turn when he met an aging French physicist who told him he had a solution to the energy crisis. But then the man died under mysterious circumstances. At his funeral, Geoff met his daughter, Ariane Chevasse, a brilliant woman working in international intelligence. The two collaborated to expose a conspiracy by the oil importers. In New Moves, Geoff and Ariane had moved to the Monterey Peninsula, where Ariane had made an important new friend while training in aikido. The two women unwittingly found themselves caught up in the middle of a conflict between federal law enforcement and a Mexican drug cartel. Geoff's father, through his own sources, learned of the conflict and flew out to Monterey to make sure that his son and Ariane weren't in danger. At the same time, Ariane and her new friend were going through new aikido moves, and Geoff was conducting a powerful interview with his father to try to move past rocky issues between them.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 248 pages
  • 133.35 x 203.2 x 13.97mm | 344.73g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507622023
  • 9781507622025

About Tony Seton

Tony Seton is a journalist, writer, publisher, public speaker, business and political consultant, and otherwise communications specialist. Early in his career as a broadcast journalist, he covered Watergate, six elections, and five space shots, produced Barbara Walters' news interviews, and won a handful of national awards for his business-economics coverage for ABC Network Television News. Later, he wrote and produced two award-winning public television documentaries. He has conducted over 2,600 interviews and is the author of more than 2,300 essays and two dozen books, and has published another dozen for clients. As a political consultant, Tony's clients have included Nancy Pelosi, Tom Campbell, and the American Nurses Association, as well as a ringful of local candidates. Other hats he's worn include professor, media trainer, and website producer. When he's not working, he is flying, taking photographs, and walking on the beach....though even then he is often communicating, with other denizens of the dunes, both human and avian.show more