A cruise ship drops anchor in George Town harbor on Grand Cayman, tearing up a coral reef. Mike Scott is trapped inside the reef while scuba diving and nearly dies. A car is hacked and runs into George Town harbor, nearly drowning the driver. Somehow, it’s all connected. When all of the island’s communications are shut off from the world by an environmental terrorist, it is up to Mike Scott and his friends to put a stop to it. When they discover there is something else going on entirely, they realize the whole world is in danger.
About the Author
Life is an adventure for Eric Douglas, above and below the water and wherever in the world he ends up. Eric received a degree in Journalism from Marshall University. After working in local newspapers, honing his skills as a story teller, and following a stint as a freelance journalist in the former Soviet Union, he became a dive instructor. The ocean and diving have factored into all of his fiction works since then. As a documentarian, Eric has worked in Russia, Honduras and most recently in his home state of West Virginia, featuring the oral histories of West Virginia war veterans in the documentary West Virginia Voices of War and the companion book Common Valor. Visit his website at: www.booksbyeric.com. Eric talks about adventure and taking time to be creative, along with diving and writing, on his blog at www.booksbyeric.com. He would love it if you dropped by to say hello. You can also follow him on Twitter, get in touch on Facebook or through Google+. Lastly, you can always send him an email: email@example.com