Oilman John Loggerman returns home from his oil properties in NIgeria to discover his daughter Stephanie has been kidnapped by terrorists suspected of attacking oil refineries and burning energy facilities. Their leader is Tinker, a fanatic worshipped by his followers as the King of the Working People who promises free energy for all. Loggerman learns his idealistic daughter was a volunteer for Tinker in River Sunday, Maryland, and fears she may have been murdered to punish him and others for owning oil wells. Risking his life, he descends into the King’s secret world determined to free her if she is still alive.
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Thomas Hollyday (1942-present grew up in the southern atmosphere of the Eastern Shore of Maryland with its maritime and military heritage. He studied writing with Elliott Coleman at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars and with Michael Curtis of the Atlantic Monthly. He served with distinction in Vietnam and became a successful international businessman. He also drew illustrations for national magazines and published Chesapeake maritime and Civil War history. He currently edits you tube videos and WordPress blogs for animal water rights and for book reviews. Two of his books have featured his humorous Animal Viewpoint Cartoons. In his River Sunday Romance Mysteries the underlying theme suggests human settlers since prehistoric times in the Chesapeake region have left a mist of legend and history that permeates its modern stories. At the same time his characters face the power of modern technology for good and evil. Each novel, located in the small town of River Sunday, Maryland, records the continuing beautiful nature of the area. His writing portrays today's problems, conflicts, and memorable local characters with their loves and their combat with evil. His five star book reviews are listed on Amazon Kindle and his radio and television interviews are shown in his Amazon Author Page.