A powerful new drug entering the scene is a new market for the
criminal overlords to take over. "The Ice Woman Assignment" is a
thriller following psychically linked business partners Morgan
Stark and Felicity O'Brien as they enter a security venture and
find themselves against the rise of Ice, a drug being trafficked
by a pair of brothers with their own psychic gifts. "The Ice
Woman Assignment" is a keenly exciting adventure, highly
--Midwest Book Review
Austin Camacho masterfully choreographs a tale of suspense and
international intrigue in The Ice Woman Assignment. Stark and
O'Brien make for the best crime-fighting team that I've seen in
years as they combat the diabolical evil behind a drug cartels
that uses supernatural means to paralyze their enemies.
Miranda Phillips Walker, Author of "The Well Meaning Killer,"
Author of the Megan McKenna FBI Crime Mysteries -
The Ice Woman is one of those rare books that does a lot of
things and all of them well. Austin Camacho's sizzling tale
smoothly blends action-adventure with the paranormal in a
book that rivals Stephen King's Firestarter or John Farris'
The Fury for power and relevance. As blisteringly original
as it is wondrously structured, The Ice Woman is a
one-sitting read that is not to be missed."
--Jon Land, bestselling author of Pandora's Temple
Take Ed McBain, Mickey Spillane, and a dash of Lawrence
Block and what do you get? Austin Camacho! And Camacho means
non-stop action, inside knowledge of military procedures and
the world of the FBI & DEA. Camacho knows how to keep us
turning pages with the deft hand of a master at action and
adventure with heroes that make Bond a boyscout by
comparison. The Ice Woman Assignment is the 4th installment
of the Stark & O'Brien Series, and it provides more
entertainment than a Magician Convention in Vegas; a truly
adult roller-coaster if ever there was one.
--Robert W. Walker, author of Titanic 2012, Bismarck
2013, and The Edge of Instinct
Austin Camacho's The Ice Woman Assignment is a rollicking
adventure offering two rough and tumble central characters
on a hunt through an underground Southern California best
not listed in the tourist guides. Come on, slide in the car
and buckle up good.
--Gary Phillips, author of Warlord of Willow Ridge