Robert Clark

Borderline Terror

Marc LaRose operates a one man private detective agency in Northern New York’s Adirondack region. Accepting an insurance company’s assignment to investigate the death of a hotel patron leads Marc to the shores of Lake Champlain, across the border to Montreal, and to the Olympic Village of Lake Placid in a whirlwinds tale of international conspiracy, death and terrorism.

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Southbound Terror

A missing person investigation involving the lead project engineer at an upstate New York railroad assembly plant, takes private detective Marc LaRose to southern Quebec where he teams up with a female Canadian police detective. As their investigation unfolds, the two find themselves involved in an international conspiracy of death and terror that includes Montreal’s criminal underworld as well as a foreign power bent on using the high speed train system’s maiden trip along Lake Champlain to create havoc upon reaching a major metropolitan area in the United States.

Available in paperback and as an e-book: rgeorgeclark.com