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How far would you go to survive?

Maintenance supervisor Brian Francisco goes to sleep for the night in his Midwest apartment and wakes to find himself a prisoner aboard an oil tanker at sea. His predicament turns desperate when he learns of his captors' intent to eventually kill him. With no clues to the reason for his capture, Francisco has only his ingenuity to fashion an escape. But even if he can manage to break out of the brig, he faces a bigger problem: how to flee a ship in the middle of the ocean.

The former soldier must summon all his resources in a desperate bid to outwit the ship's crew as well as the band of cutthroat mercenaries responsible for his abduction. Along the way, he struggles to maintain his humanity...and discovers the sinister reason for his capture.

©2016 Steven F Freeman (P)2017 Steven F. Freeman

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Blood Passage

This book is full of suspense and mystery ; unable to put it down. If you wonder about what the military mind-set is, this is the novel for you

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