TROUBLE - A Justin Seaborne Duology

TROUBLE - A Justin Seaborne Duology

by Bruce Gaughran

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Novella - Justin Seaborne is a good man. He is also a troubled man because he lost his way. Complicating the situation is a past that haunts him every day. 

"The Omega Factor" 
Justin is going through another personal meltdown. When an international crisis occurs in a little Maine community, Justin, a nuclear physicist, is needed to help mitigate the pending catastrophe. With disaster looming for the Northeastern seaboard, can he shed old ghosts, and with them, the albatross hanging around his neck? 

"Special K is not a Cereal" 
Justin wakes up in an alley reeking of booze. When the police arrest him for the murder of two close friends, no one believes in his innocence. The evidence is overwhelming. How can he prove his innocence if he doesn't remember what happened?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156519859
Publisher: Bruce Gaughran
Publication date: 02/20/2019
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 311 KB

About the Author

Who is Bruce Gaughran?

A. "River Rat"
B. Retired business professional with too much time on his hands
C. 'Survivor' of SERE training
D. Published author who has written  fiction and non-fiction stories for over twenty years
E. All of the above (and so much more)

If you answered 'All of the Above', you are correct. And each is a story waiting to be told.

Bruce Gaughran has published "2074", a SciFi novel, and "Staff of Rhah", a Fantasy novel:

> "Brown Water Red Blood" - a novella - is a four short stories and one poem of his experiences as a member of the Mobile Riverine Force in the Mekong Delta Region of the Republic of Vietnam plus four other stories related to the 60s and 70s.
> "TROUBLE" - a novella - is a Justin Seaborne Duology. TROUBLE has been adapted for the stage and was performed on February 11-14, 2016 by the Marshall Area Stage Company.

Published short stories and poetry include:
> Living and Dying at the Sam's Club
> Almost Perfect
> The Age of Innocence
> A Cat's Tale
> Will I Ever Find Some Peace - a poem about his experiences in Vietnam
> A Patriot Found His Home
> The Nine Stages

Bruce lives in northern Georgia, is a member of the Chattanooga Writers Guild, and leads the North Georgia Writers Group. He is currently writing "Shattered", a Nazi war crimes story focused on Treblinka.

Bruce's The Writer's Corner Website:

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