Last Breath

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Ocean Isle Pub., LLC, 2006 - Fiction - 273 pages
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Dr. Nate Bowman and his family accidentally become involved in a terrorist's plot to murder millions of Americans with biological weapons. Because of a dishonest county sheriff aiding the terrorists, Nate finds himself facing numerous bogus felony charges including five murders he didn't commit. Having to flee the United States to save his life, he finds himself hiding out in the Bahamas with the terrorist's master plan in his possession. Hunted by the FBI and a fanatical madman, who vowed to kill him and retrieve his property, Nate is forced to change his name and live in obscurity. His only hope for survival is a newspaper reporter, Kenna Straton who has to weed her way through the legal red tape in the United States judicial system to prove his innocence. The fast paced plot takes readers from the mountains of North Carolina to the Bahamas and onto Cuba in a steamy plot that will keep them guessing until the shocking conclusion.

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After finishing college with a degree in art, Cal Byers became the creative art director for his own agency which he has run for 26 years. Over the years he has written countless brochures and magazine and newspaper articles throughout the southeast. In 1990, Byers published a successful series of children's books, which he wrote and illustrated. More recently, he published, Esteve, a suspense-thriller with a dash of romance. Byers is also well known in the Caribbean islands for his water color paintings, which he exhibits in galleries, resorts and art shows.

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