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Publisher Description

With terrorist threats, financial misdeeds and the
latest in crime tracking technology, Five Days of Fear is a crime novel
with plot twists ripped from today's news headlines." –Lavish Bookshelf


This clean suspense thriller has reviewers buzzing about debut
author David Kovach, "a master of story telling." Reviewers are calling
Five Days of Fear "unputdownable," "the epitome of a suspense novel," and
"a must read for thriller/suspense readers."

During a family
picnic, Jessica Britton’s well-ordered world is slammed against a brutal
reality and her faith is tested when her mom is kidnapped, her dad is shot,
and authorities can find no clues to begin their investigation. Jessica’s
own anxiety and fear for her mother’s life compels her to help FBI Agent
Dan Hamilton look for motives and clues that would lead to rescuing her
mom. By chance, clues begin to emerge, and the once floundering
investigation speeds to a hectic race against time and criminal minds in a
desperate attempt to save Jessica’s mom and the lives of many in San
Francisco’s business district.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2012
November 9
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
336
Pages
PUBLISHER
Light Messages Publishing
SELLER
INscribe Digital
SIZE
1.2
MB

Customer Reviews

ETurnbull ,

A Thrilling Ride with Warmth and Adventure

David Kovach's FIVE DAYS OF FEAR takes readers on a thrilling ride with first-grade teacher, Jessica Britton and FBI agent Dan Hamilton. While structured in 5 chapters, one for each day, David keeps the pace of the story moving, weaving in good detective work with just enough serendipity to keep readers hooked.

I thoroughly enjoyed Jessica's character and loved watching Dan soften and become more interesting as the novel played out. I also appreciated the fact that though this is an FBI thriller, it's also "clean fiction," leaving out unnecessary violence or foul language. It's a book I'd feel comfortable recommending to friends, no matter how conservative they may or may not be.

FIVE DAYS OF FEAR is a great read and I highly recommend it.