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Island Run

Island Run

by CK Kennedy
Island Run

Island Run

by CK Kennedy



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New resident Lindsay Mason becomes a temporary hostage inside Oahu’s Lanakila Mall. Her attacker whispers a garbled message before he disappears. Officials refute her account of events and within hours, two thugs fire at her, destroying a mansion as she escapes. Charismatic Nicholas Bennett, a laid-back, high-profile islander, becomes her only resource for survival.

As the pursuit intensifies, Nick calls upon a wide range of contacts to keep Lindsay alive, including Lance Ipo, a childhood friend familiar with both sides of the law. In a run for their lives, they are chased aboard a catamaran, then witness a hit-and-run and death in a parking lot. The focus of their troubles turns to music discs, which is part of the Mall's operations and traceable back to a Chicago Mafia family. A daring foray into Lanakila’s executive office suite allows Nick to play out an elaborate "scam" that halts the perpetrators in their quest for illicit financial power.

Buckle up; ISLAND RUN is a rollercoaster action ride packed with lush greenery, fast boats, and colorful characters.

Approximately 87,400 words; 350 pages based on standard count.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014085779
Publisher: Sintra Publishing
Publication date: 02/04/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 714 KB

About the Author

CK Kennedy wrote and illustrated her first book at the age of five. Of course, it saw only the light of her mother’s eye. During high school and college, a knack for (ahem) off-the-beaten-path rhyme led to the need for anonymity (it was a Baptist university, after all). The following years included such exciting projects as magazine editor and chief bottle-washer, a seven-year run writing a newspaper column, education packages, press releases, T-shirt and logo design, photography, and event posters – all in the course of one job. Later, a return to Texas prompted a switch to freelancing in web content and web site development.

In between all the for-hire fun, manuscripts were also coming to fruition, along with ideas and outlines for new works of fiction. With so many opportunities at hand in the world of e-books, the future is a very exciting place – for writers and for readers.

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