Herman Ingram's life hasn't gone according to plan.
Once the top reporter in Washington, D. C., he's now a successful independent journalist. Despite his achievements, past failures continue to haunt him. His greatest desire is to make a difference.
When a mysterious package arrives on his doorstep, its contents give Herman the story he's searched for. There is, however, one catch: telling it could cost his life.
The contents describe a water treatment facility under construction in Bermuda, Florida. QNI Research Associates—the company responsible for the facility—plans to introduce a bio-metallic alloy into a major water supply. Herman, with help from a handful of colleagues, sets off to find out why.
He learns that a scientist from the project died under mysterious circumstances. Another—the man responsible for the package—is on the run.
With hit squads stalking the ragtag group of investigators, Herman must decide how far he will go to expose the truth. As he walks into the belly of the beast, he'll rely on his wit, sarcasm, and an unlikely ally to stay alive.
Kill The Messenger is packed with enough action and suspense to keep you turning pages until the explosive end!
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About the Author
Born and raised in Eastern North Carolina, Jeb began writing and illustrating short stories as a child. As he entered his teenage years, Jeb's focus shifted to music, a passion that continues to this day. After spending 15 years drumming in a variety of bands, his creative output moved back to writing when he published a trio of short stories in 2014 that laid the groundwork for his career in writing.
After the novel's August 2018 release, he began work on the first in a series of horror-inspired novellas before focusing on his second full-length release. The Hangman's Soliloquy, a direct sequel to Bermuda and the second book in the Herman Ingram series, was released on April 10, 2020.
When he's not writing, Jeb enjoys spending time with his family, aimless drives, and music. An avid hockey fan, Jeb also loves watching the Carolina Hurricanes, though he has been unable to convert his son...yet.