It's been seven long years since Jeremy Chambers' disappearance. In that time, the people closest to him have tried their best to move on. Jeremy's friends find themselves getting on in years as old age slowly creeps up on them. Jeremy's wife Megan, while still relatively young, shows the signs of stress more than any of the others. Jeremy's disappearance, in addition to affecting those closest to...
Paperback: 236 pages
Publisher: Dfs 22 Vector Publishing (May 2, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
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“Mr. Sainsbury has done it again with another great novel filled with adventure and sci fi intrigue. His sequel begins where "Intrusion" left off and takes the reader through several supporting plots leading up to yet another great finale. If you are ...”
him, is also a thorn in the side of the FBI. After devoting so much manpower to keeping him safe, how could he just vanish into thin air?Nonetheless, life goes on for all. That is, until strange coincidences begin to occur. Jeremy's old friends all get the same mysterious message that leads them to Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the hopes of reuniting with their long-lost friend. Megan, meanwhile, finds herself at the center of a much more dangerous plot and ultimately in the hands of some of Jeremy's old and deadly enemies. With multiple lives of those he once loved at stake, will Jeremy return from his mysterious hiding place to save his friends?In the thrilling sequel to his debut novel Intrusion, author Douglas F. Sainsbury picks up the excitement of Jeremy Chambers' saga in Phantasm.Douglas F. Sainsbury was born and raised in Chicago's west suburbs of Oak Park and River Forest, Illinois. Doug received a degree in English from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and went on to get his Juris Doctor from Illinois Institute of Technology's Kent Law School. Following his work in the U.S. Army and a tour in Vietnam, Doug spent forty years in the consumer credit and banking industries. Doug retired to Southern California in 2011 to be closer to his children and to pursue his lifelong dream of writing fiction.