I, Q: Windy City
Book 5 of the I, Q series
After Q and Angela help foil a Ghost Cell plot in San Antonio, they head to Chicago, the next stop on the Match tour. Since they’ve been busy fighting international terrorism, they’re behind on their school assignments. Their parents tell them if they don’t get caught up, it’s off to boarding school. But who can concentrate on homework when there is a mystery to solve and international terrorism to thwart? Angela is obsessed with finding out more about the mysterious Boone. Q is more interested in not going to boarding school. But when Boone and his SOS crew are ambushed on their way to Chicago, it becomes abundantly clear. Someone inside their inner circle is feeding the Ghost Cell information. As they dig ever deeper to learn the identity of the mole, Angela and Q uncover the Ghost Cell’s next plot. And it’s much, much worse than a car bomb. They plan to unleash a chemical weapon over the skies of Chicago. And it’s up to Angela and Q, along with Boone and Croc, to stop them.
In I, Q: The Alamo Mike joined author Roland Smith to continue all the action and adventure readers found in the first three books in the I, Q Series, picking up right where I, Q: Kitty Hawk left off: Q and Angela along with the mysterious Boone head to San Antonio. It’s the next stop on the Match tour and it also seems to be the next potential target of the ghost cell. But where will they strike next? From the Alamo to the city streets of San Antonio Q and Angela are locked in a desperate game of cat and mouse with the most deadly terrorists in the world. And with the stakes higher than they’ve ever been Q and Angela can’t afford to make one wrong move. Because thousands of lives hang in the balance.
To catch up on the story so far, click here. SPOILER ALERT. This link leads to a page that will reveal what has happened in the first three books, I, Q: Independence Hall, I, Q: The White House and I, Q: Kitty Hawk. If you have not read the first three books, be aware that there are SPOILERS on the other side of this link. If you want a reminder of what has happened so far, because you’ve read the first three books, no problem. But if you haven’t read them… you’ve been warned. (And don’t forget about the SPOILERS!)