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Thriller writer Norm Applegate, author of Into the Basement, introduces us to a new character, Jack Dwyer.

Shockwave; Norm Applegate

Shockwave.

Loner Jack Dwyer.
Pretty woman Kelly Paul.
Homegrown terrorists use pipe bombs to kill.
The cause? They want America back.

Violence breeds violence.
Never underestimate a loner!

Book Description:

Jack Dwyer is observant. Sitting at Starbucks he watches a van come to a stop. A nervous guy gets out, looks around, seems strange. Dwyer watches him. The guy crosses the street. Dwyer realizes the guy's staring at a pretty woman, Kelly Paul. Dwyer makes eye contact with her. Dwyer looks left, right, reacts, moves fast, pushes her down, saves her but the bomb explodes. People are killed. She goes missing and Dwyer is the suspect.

Dwyer can't forget her. Doesn't understand why she's missing. He's a loner, ex-military, a psychologist and he has seen death. He's wildly attracted to the pretty woman and he goes after her.

Beau Redell, and a group of sadistic followers, is the problem. Kelly Paul has been taken, abducted, terrorized. But Dwyer finds himself alone and a violent conclusion is inevitable…

Shockwave by Norm Applegate
Pipe Bomb. Hostage. Terror.

Edited by Deborah Levinson.

Cover art James Rone.

Shockwave is approximately 79,000 words long, and is specifically formatted for Kindle.

This ebook also contains bonus material:
Chapter 1 of Into the Basement by: Norm Applegate.
 

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