Second Chances

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iUniverse, Aug 10, 2000 - Fiction - 376 pages
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A van loaded with explosives is minutes away from causing the total destruction of a downtown office building. But the tragedy is averted. This chance encounter transforms a young man into an instant hero.

Reluctantly, he agrees to address the people who worked in and around the office building and tells them that this close call was more than just luck. He believes that it is a “Second Chance” from their creator, an opportunity to reflect on what they have, a chance to change their lives. The simple, spontaneous speech profoundly impacts the audience and quickly gains momentum as the message spreads.

The calm is short lived however. Within days, Chris finds himself the target of a maniacal killer. Who is trying to kill him, and why? Who placed the bomb? Why was it placed at that particular location? Second Chances propels you into a pulse-pounding journey as Chris Maggio, strengthened by his faith in God, runs a desperate race to solve the mystery before his time runs out.

 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
11
Chapter Three
17
Chapter Four
25
Chapter Five
35
Chapter Six
43
Chapter Seven
49
Chapter Eight
57
Chapter Twenty Two
195
Chapter Twenty Three
205
Chapter Twenty Four
215
Chapter Twenty Five
223
Chapter Twenty Six
231
Chapter Twenty Seven
249
Chapter Twenty Eight
261
Chapter Twenty Nine
265

Chapter Nine
61
Chapter Ten
67
Chapter Eleven
77
Chapter Twelve
85
Chapter Thirteen
91
Chapter Fourteen
103
Chapter Fifteen
111
Chapter Sixteen
123
Chapter Seventeen
127
Chapter Eighteen
141
Chapter Nineteen
161
Chapter Twenty
175
Chapter Twenty One
183
Chapter Thirty
271
Chapter Thirty One
275
Chapter Thirty Two
289
Chapter Thirty Three
295
Chapter Thirty Four
305
Chapter Thirty Five
315
Chapter Thirty Six
327
Chapter Thirty Seven
337
Chapter Thirty Eight
355
Chapter Thirty Nine
365
Epilogue
371
Back Cover
373
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