Wrong Place, Wrong Time by E. James Harrison
Published June 1st 2019 by Covenant Communications
The first idyllic hours of Greg and Marena Walker’s Caribbean vacation are filled with turquoise water, sand as soft and white as powdered sugar, and gentle ocean breezes. But all too soon the Walkers find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time. Now they are running for their lives . . .Scott Vaughn has made a lucrative career of secretly transporting illegal materials. Pay him enough, and he’ll move whatever you want from anywhere to anywhere. And though he has never met the Walkers, he needs them dead. His future depends on making certain they don’t have one.Wayne Hovey desperately wants Scott Vaughn—alive is best; dead is acceptable. And luck has handed him the perfect bait: Greg and Marena Walker.In a heart-pounding game of cat and mouse, each player is driven to succeed, never realizing they are all pawns in something much larger—and more dangerous—than any of them knows.
REVIEW By LAWonder10:
The Walkers were on a much needed vacation at the Caribbean.
What began as a very unique, fascinating trip to a part of the island unknown to most, ended up in a devastating conclusion.
Returning to America and their home in Utah, the Walkers felt safe again. Since their vacation was "cut short", they decided to go to their ranch in Idaho to "winterize" it. Little did they know wat they would face there.
This was a fast paced novel of a vacation turned for the worse and corrupt individuals.
This murder mystery will keep you in suspense until the las page!
The characters are well developed and the reader can feel their personalities. They, as well as the scenes, are easily visualized. The Book Cover and Title are very fitting. However, the Cover would not be an "eye-catcher" or a "browser".
The story flowed smoothly, with constant suspense to retain the reader's interest.
There is some graphic violence but otherwise recommended for YA, also.
The only negative I could find in this very well-written novel is, although the story was a great, realistic tale - based on actual events - there as a lack of feeling connected and a part of the tale. It just wasn't a "I just could not put it down" novel.
I offer a Four and a Half Stars rating.
*This was gifted to me by the publisher with no request for a positive review. This is my honest review.
About E. James Harrison:
E. James Harrison was born in Salt Lake City and developed an early love for and fascination with the great men and women of the Bible while sitting on his parents' couch and flipping through the pages of Bible Stories for Children.
An avid student of the scriptures, he's been teaching (some might say confusing) youth and adults as a Sunday School teacher for over twenty years and is apparently destined to continue doing so until he gets it right or dies, whichever comes first.
A marketing communications consultant, he holds a bachelor degree with emphasis in creative writing and has written countless articles, newsletters, advertisements, and commercials. He has authored dozens of book in his mind, but his is the first he has committed to paper.
When not putting words on paper for himself or others, Jim can be found flying airplanes or boating with his family.
He and his wife Deborah live in St. George, Utah and are the parent of two daughters.
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