Mark Taylor knows his actions scream guilty—but he was only trying to stop the horrible terrorist attack. Instead, the government labels him an enemy combatant and throws him in the brig with no rights, no trial, and no way to prove his innocence.
Mark's just a regular guy—a photographer—who finds himself in an extraordinary situation when an antique camera he buys at a dusty Afghanistan bazaar produces photographs of future tragedies. When he discovers that he can prevent the events in the photos from occurring, he can't live with the guilt if he doesn't try to stop the tragedies.
When he sees September 11th, his efforts fail when no one listens to his frantic warnings. Then he learns that being an 'enemy combatant' means the government can do anything they want to him. Anything at all.
Review NO Good Deed
I am lousy reviewer, I enjoyed read this book. And while I read I amased a great dislike for police, FBI and the ike for the things them were performing on Mark. I realize its fiction, but I think some of these “aspects of torture” are true and perform by our NSA,CIA and FBI. The story was ended with a believable turn about by agents that beat up Mark. Reads well and not with to much unnecessary bloat. Will read the next book.
This book was unlike anything that I’ve ever read and it was extremely refreshing. Definitely worth the read.
No good deed
What an exciting plot! This book had everything. Action, adventure, romance, PTSD, governmental procedures. Can’t wait to read the next book!