Lost

Lost

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by E G Lewis
     
 

Reviewers say..."breathtaking descriptions of the Oregon scenery with touching glimpses into the emotional make up of the characters flows seamlessly into scenes of high intensity action. Lost is a mystery, romance, and action thriller rolled into one."

What happens when three good ideas converge to form one great catastrophe.

LOST is first and foremost a story

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Reviewers say..."breathtaking descriptions of the Oregon scenery with touching glimpses into the emotional make up of the characters flows seamlessly into scenes of high intensity action. Lost is a mystery, romance, and action thriller rolled into one."

What happens when three good ideas converge to form one great catastrophe.

LOST is first and foremost a story about love, the kind of love which binds two hearts together transcending time and space. Thomas Jenkins had it all: happy marriage, children, grandchildren, and a rewarding career as a syndicated columnist and newspaper publisher in Pine Crest, Oregon. That is, until his wife, Marty, takes a two-week Alaskan cruise and her ship disappeared four days out of San Francisco.

A short time later, Coast Guard officials conclude the ship has been irretrievably lost. When a mystical experience convinces him that Marty is still alive, Tom strikes out on his own resolving to do whatever it takes to find her. Gathering the unlikely team of two Vietnam Vets, an Indian scientist, and a supermodel, he goes on the offensive and begins trying to unravel the mystery.

However, the final piece of the puzzle lies not in the Gulf of Alaska but in the Oregon woods. Undaunted, Tom sets off into the forest alone determined to save his wife...or die trying.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982594940
Publisher:
Cape Arago Press
Publication date:
08/06/2011
Pages:
324
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.68(d)
Age Range:
13 Years

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Meet the Author

The author of nine books, E.G. Lewis writes both Fiction and non-Fiction. A former newspaper editor and publisher, his articles appeared in many national and regional magazines. He also wrote and directed corporate training films. He has a graduate degree in Economics from Ohio State University and worked in management and corporate planning before becoming a fulltime novelist. He and his wife Gail, also a writer, live on the Southern Oregon Coast.

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Tracykrausswrtr More than 1 year ago
Lost Military secrets, corruption, greed, international intrigue; tenderness, human frailty, devotion, and loyalty. All of these describe Lost by E.G. Lewis. A wide and varied cast of characters are intricately woven together in this very satisfying mystery that is a follow up to Promises. However, Lost totally stands on its own two feet, and although some characters from the first book make an appearance, it is not necessary to read book one in order to enjoy book two. The main character from Promises, Claudia Monet, has an important role to play, but the primary character by far is a loveable, albeit crusty, newspaper man named Tom Jenkins. He’s a semi-retired Vietnam war vet, living in a small Oregon town. When his wife goes missing while on board a cruise ship bound for Alaska, Tom begins to investigate the ship’s strange disappearance, and thus the roller coaster ride of conspiracy begins. There are a lot of really interesting elements to this book. Snatches of Sc-fi co-exist quite naturally with the breathtaking descriptions of the Oregon scenery, while touching glimpses into the emotional make up of the characters flow seamlessly into scenes of high intensity action. It’s a mystery, romance, action, thriller rolled into one. Implausible though the premise of the story might be, it still comes across as very believable, due in part to the well developed characters and obvious research that went into many aspects of the book. I highly recommend this book to readers looking for a great mystery.