R. Drew Springfield Returns to the World of Action and Romance With E FATEFUL HAZARDS
R. Drew Springfield returns to the world of literature with the new novel "E Fateful Hazards", the thrilling follow-up to his striking debut, "E Troubled Destiny". In this the second book of the intriguing E series, Springfield once again weaves intricate plotting, thrilling action and indelibly characterized men and women to create a story that will rivet readers from beginning to end.
It is the summer of 1971, a period teetering on the brink of turmoil and terror, a time when hijackings, suicide bombings, assassinations and mass killings are viewed simply as a means to an end. At the center of the action are Elaine and Ryan, two people bound together by love and duty. Elaine has only recently reached the decision to give Ryan and their relationship a second chance. Their future is uncertain yet the two are bent on making the most of the time they have together. Over the next seventy days, however, things take a dramatic turn as Elaine and Ryan become enmeshed in dangerous political machinations and an odyssey of love and self-discovery.
Unfolding across Istanbul, the plains of Troy and finally the bay city of Izmir, "E Fateful Hazards" is at once a fast-paced thriller and a stunning love story that will grab hold and keep readers guessing at every twist and turn.
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R. Drew Springfield lived overseas from 1955 through 1962 in South America and South Asia, and then again from 1971 through 1972 in Istanbul, Turkey (the setting for his E Series Trilogy). Originally an easterner from the suburbs of Philadelphia, he is now a long term resident of San Antonio, Texas with a passion for writing and a love of music of all genre.
E Fateful Hazards * by R. Drew Springfield
Publication Date: October 16, 2012
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