What is inside the mysterious hidden cave will take a stealth military conflict to stop.
Peaceful island vacation? Not when the island holds secrets of an evil organization. Undercover US attorney Yi and Tibetan judge Sarah vacation on exotic Hainan Island in the South China Sea while Sarah recovers from a brutal attack by a corrupt judge who believes Yi is a spy. Pursuing clues that involve a letter with a web-like symbol, a sophisticated computer system hidden in a primitive island village, and a mysterious exiled tribal leader, Yi discovers the Net's operations center and bio-weapons lab in an underground cave. When he uncovers their plans to attack, a stealth military conflict is unleashed requiring US-Sino cooperation, based on the factual US spy plane mid-air collision and forced landing on Hainan Island.
However, Yi and Sarah must deal with their own conflict as she discovers he is not who he says he is.
The Hainan Conflict is a quick read suspense thriller with edge-of-your-seat adventure, fast-paced action, and a touch of romance. Filled with vivid descriptions and fact-based events. Book 2 in The Net thriller series. The story can stand alone but will be more enjoyable if read in order of the series.
About the Author
The Net thriller series includes The Net Conspiracy, The Hainan Conflict, The Panama Contagion, and The Harbin Connection (coming in 2021). DM also wrote the Whitney Award nominated thriller The Hainan Incident (an LDS version of Books 1 and 2 in The Net series) published by Covenant Communications, Inc. DM specializes in clean (no offensive language, graphic sex or extreme violence) quick read suspense thrillers, many of which have been awarded Five Stars by Readers' Favorite.
In non-fiction DM wrote Above the Best: The Remarkable Life of Seeley E. Ralphs, and China Through the Eyes of Her Students--providing a glimpse at life in China through the uncensored writing journals of her students at Peking University in Beijing and South China University of Technology in Guangzhou. She wrote A Peking University Coursebook on English Exposition Writing published by Peking University Press, and served as an editor and foreign consultant for English educational texts produced by Peking University and China’s Ministry of Education. She has a M.Ed. from Brigham Young University and a B.B.A. from National University. DM and her husband now enjoy retired life in the Utah Rocky Mountains with family, two rescued dogs, and an old unamiable cat named Ebeneezer.