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Publisher Description

In the tropical paradise of Cozumel, a dream family vacation becomes Steve Chamber's worst nightmare when his wife and 16-year-old daughter are suddenly nowhere to be found.


In the tropical paradise of Cozumel, a dream family vacation becomes Steve Chamber's worst nightmare when his wife and 16-year-old daughter are suddenly nowhere to be found.

When the only clue confirms Chamber's family has fallen victim to a sinister kidnapping plot, the retired Navy diver launches an impossible mission. His wife and daughter will not go the way of all the others and disappear Without a Trace.

OTHER TITLES by Jason Melby:
Without A Trace... (A Suspense Novel)
Enemy Among Us (An Espionage Thriller)
The Gauntlet (A Thriller)



MEET JASON MELBY:

Jason Melby's suspense novels feature dynamic characters overwhelmed by extraordinary circumstances forcing them to confront their greatest fears.


Born in Corning, New York, Jason Melby spent his formative years living throughout the continental United States, Hawaii, and most of Europe. A graduate of Virginia Tech and Johns Hopkins University, Jason currently resides in Melbourne, Florida. His suspense novels feature dynamic characters overwhelmed by extraordinary circumstances forcing them to confront their greatest fears. Without a Trace... is Jason’s second suspense novel, which follows his riveting romantic thriller, A Thin Blue Line.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2011
October 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
300
Pages
PUBLISHER
EPublishing Works!
SELLER
ABN Leadership Group Inc.
SIZE
2
MB

Customer Reviews

Spaghetti & Meatballs ,

Without a Trace

Exciting and action packed. Well written.

Enough13 ,

Without a Trace

Enjoyed this novel. It was very riveting. Full of intrigue and unexpected twists. However, I thought the ending somewhat unresolved. I think the author should write a sequel to tie up the loose ends.

Over all, I'd give this book four stars. 4 star rating

Rjbecker ,

Without A Trace

Very wordy characters undeveloped and what was the mystery

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