Sally Fernandez’s Thriller Climatized Officially Tops The Amazon Best Seller List

New York, NY. Renowned novelist Sally Fernandez's latest thriller, Climatized (Max Ford Thriller Book 1) originally released April 6, 2019, officially topped the Amazon Best Seller list. Climatized acts as Book One in the Max Ford Thriller series and is set against the backdrop of climate change. Available in trade paper (ISBN: 978-0997397321, 279 pages, $15.99) eBook (ISBN: 978-0997397338, $2.99) and Audiobook Available Soon.

Novelist Sally Fernandez delivers an intense, intriguing, inventive tale in her latest novel, Climatized. An explosive thriller with a chillingly plausible premise, Climatized features protagonist Maxine (“Max”) Ford.

About Climatized: After a career in intelligence, Maxine Ford begins her career as a private investigator in Washington, showing no obeisance to elite politicians. In Climatized, she is hired by the wife of a prominent senator to investigate his death. Max soon discovers that three world-renowned scientists had been killed days before they were scheduled to testify before the late senator's investigative committee. Meanwhile, a fourth scientist has gone missing. Max determined he is the key to unearthing the motives behind the deaths. Following the many twists and turns, Max and her associate, Jackson Monroe uncover a powerful organization responsible for the killings. Cogent evidence is provided to the president, forcing him to make a crucial decision—to cover up a diabolical plot—or bring down a multi-trillion-dollar world-wide economy.

Suspenseful, spellbinding and sensational, Climatized delivers red-hot action, a sizzling storyline, and a scorcher of a plot. Briskly paced, steeped in facts, and resplendent with political

intrigue, Climatized is an extraordinary—and extraordinarily provocative—thriller.  Sally Fernandez turns up the heat in Climatized, a tale that will leave readers breathless.

About Sally Fernandez:

Sally Fernandez, a novelist of provocative political thrillers, was not always twisting facts with fiction. Earlier, she embarked on a successful business career with Citibank and J.P. Morgan in New York City and Hong Kong. Then, heavily endowed with skills acquired in banking, she launched her writing career. Fernandez’s focus on computer technology, business consulting, and project management, enhanced by business and technical writing, proved to be a boon.

Fernandez's foray into writing fiction officially began in 2007 when the presidential election cycle was in full swing. The overwhelming political spin by the media compelled her to question the frightening possibilities the political scene could generate. As a confirmed political junkie, she took to the keyboard armed with unwinding events and discovered a new and exciting career. Since then, she has published several award-winning novels and best sellers.

A world traveler, Fernandez has visited every continent and over fifty countries. Her adventure travels with her husband include a scientific expedition in Antarctica, four African safaris, archaeological digs in Majorca and Peru, along with high-altitude treks in Bhutan, Tibet, and Mongolia. She and her husband, also the content editor-in-residence, continue to travel extensively throughout the world.

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