VeriSEAL, a short story [NOOK Book]

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Dr. Libby Granger, professor of British Lit, is flattered by the attentions of the new graduate assistant, Bruce Kimball. Not only is Bruce young and virile, he's a decorated veteran, a former Navy SEAL. However, four months into their relationship, the inconsistencies in Bruce's war stories prompt Libby to consult with the authentication service VeriSEAL, where she is stunned to discover that Bruce Kimball of SEAL Class 232 perished in a helicopter crash three years ago. Who, then, is the man claiming to be ...
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VeriSEAL, a short story

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Dr. Libby Granger, professor of British Lit, is flattered by the attentions of the new graduate assistant, Bruce Kimball. Not only is Bruce young and virile, he's a decorated veteran, a former Navy SEAL. However, four months into their relationship, the inconsistencies in Bruce's war stories prompt Libby to consult with the authentication service VeriSEAL, where she is stunned to discover that Bruce Kimball of SEAL Class 232 perished in a helicopter crash three years ago. Who, then, is the man claiming to be Bruce Kimball? Libby must entrust her fate to the appealing VeriSEAL director, Lt. Cmdr. Todd Lawson. As Todd deepens his investigation, he discovers Bruce's true name; he is Mark Earnest, a BUDs/SEAL drop-out, also from Class 232. Earnest has devised an elaborate charade to exact vengeance on the man he believes responsible for his failure, Libby's brother, Commander Daren Granger. Todd tries to warn Libby via cellphone, but it's too late. Mark Earnest has her in his clutches at the top of the Cape Hatteras lighthouse, and he has no intention of letting her go.

VeriSEAL was an organization devoted to investigating individuals who claimed the honor of being a Navy SEAL. For every real SEAL, there are 250 imposters. While VeriSEAL no longer exists, there are other authentication services available. Just search the Internet.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012480217
  • Publisher: James York Press
  • Publication date: 4/20/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 157,372
  • File size: 114 KB

Meet the Author

Marliss Melton is the author of a bestselling, seven-book Navy SEALs series. As the wife of a retired Navy veteran, she relies on her experience as a military spouse and on her many contacts in the Spec Ops and Intelligence communities to pen realistic and heartfelt stories about America's most elite warrior, the US Navy SEAL. Daughter of a US intelligence officer, Melton grew up in various countries overseas. She has taught high school Spanish, ESL, and Linguistics at the College of William and Mary, her alma mater. Melton lives near Virginia Beach with her husband, young daughter, and four college-aged children.
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