Mickey Derringer is having a hell of a year. A year filled with loss, crushing disappointment, personal tragedy, physical trauma, mental anguish, and constant change. It’s also a year of personal triumphs, growth, love and enlightenment. All while she’s trying to catch the worst serial killer the city has ever known. A murderer whose modus operandi reopens old wounds and rekindles her worst nightmares.
“In Fire & Ice, Selina Rosen reveals the subtle evil of a segregated society, while showing the metamorphosis of an intelligent, loving relationship between two people. In view of the pathetic compromise of ‘Don’t ask; don’t tell,’ this novel’s near-future premise of carding gays and lesbians like illegal aliens suggests a sinister but believable possibility. This should be a warning to anyone who thinks that anything less than total civil rights for everyone would be an acceptable compromise.”— Mark Shepherd, Author of BLACKROSE AVENUE and LAZER WARZ