Blue Sky, Deadly Secrets: A Psychological Thriller

Blue Sky, Deadly Secrets: A Psychological Thriller

by Don Beere

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Overview

In this psychological thriller/mystery, Professor Jason Butler battles to survive and to protect his family. After a tumultuous past, Jason and his wife are at a turning point in their relationship where everything looks wonderful. But disaster hits. Jason, a university professor, witnesses a terrorist murder a colleague, a colleague who sent Jason secret, sacred religious texts that the terrorist is desperate to get back. He will stop at nothing to retrieve them. Jason is overwhelmed by fear and struggles to think clearly. Not only does he have to escape the murderer, but the police suspect Jason is the murderer. How can Jason survive? Can he conquer the demons from his past? Jason can't escape: he can't go to the police, he can't find his family, he can't return the manuscripts, and he can't elude the assassin. Will the Blue Sky, the deadly poison that killed his colleague, kill him too?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732110618
Publisher: Cardon Books
Publication date: 07/31/2019
Pages: 308
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

Don Beere has loved suspense books as long as he can remember. This passion, his professional experiences, and his interests dovetail in this psychological thriller. He has bachelor degrees in physics and philosophy, a masters in experimental psychology and a doctorate in clinical psychology. He was a college professor, trained clinical psychologists and taught undergraduates. In his clinical practice, he specialized in trauma and "multiple personalities." He has been learning and teaching tai chi and meditation for over 40 years. He has written book chapters on the integration of Buddhism with modern physics and contemporary philosophy. While professionally active, he served on the board of an international society which honored him with the Distinguished Achievement Award. He has many professional presentations and publications. He retired in 2013 and currently teaches tai chi at the Ethical Society of St. Louis. He is also an artist who specializes in abstract photography.

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