About the Book:
FBI agent James Benedict thought he was going on vacation. He thought he would have two weeks of relaxation and rest aboard the cruise ship bound for Hawaii. But he was wrong. Within hours of setting sail, a passenger dies, covered in horrendous boils that have eaten deep into flesh and bone. When more and more of the ship's inhabitants die of the same strange condition, it is feared that a virus has been let loose. James is the only one who can find out if there is a connection between the select victims--if he doesn't fall prey to the illness himself.
Dr. Julie Holding struggles to focus on her own FBI appointed tasks while the man she loves is stuck in the Pacific aboard a floating time bomb. Little does she know that she too will become embroiled in the conspiracy and intrigue that has taken hold of the ship and its passengers.
Vengeance will keep you on the edge of your seat as you discover the atrocities hidden in the pages of history and the struggle to keep faith and focus in a crazy world.
About the Author:
Donna Fawcett grew up in a military home near London, Ontario and flavours her writing with her faith in the diverse genres she explores. She began by writing articles for APHA's The Journal, Angels on Earth, 3.1.6. A Journal for Christian Thinking, Beyond Ordinary Living and other magazines. Moving beyond freelance work, Donna writes columns for OFTP's Home Rules, Homeschool Horizons, and The St Marys Journal Argus.
Her first book Thriving in the Home School by Word Alive Press has become a sought after guide for those seeking to teach their children at home. Moving from non-fiction, Donna released a thriller novel, under the pen name of Donna Dawson, called Redeemed--a story of a young teen surviving on the streets of Toronto while struggling with the battle of spiritual warfare. Taking advantage of her military upbringing, Donna's next novel The Adam & Eve Project was placed number eight on the top ten author list for Word Alive Press. Her recent release, Vengeance, has created a stir among reviewers who remark that her writing can be compared to that of Frank Peretti and Robert Ludlum.
Donna shares her love of literacy in high school and elemenary school English classes. With her energetic interactive, she works with students to build a basic book outline. Her method of teaching and her book reading brings life into writing for students who struggle to enjoy the craft. Donna invites you to stop at her guestbook and say hello.
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