Lost

Lost When Three Good Ideas Converge to Form One Great Catastrophe LOST is first and foremost a story about love a special love that binds two hearts together transcending time and space Told through paral
  • Title: Lost
  • Author: E.G. Lewis
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  • Page: 306
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lost
    When Three Good Ideas Converge to Form One Great Catastrophe LOST is first and foremost a story about love, a special love that binds two hearts together transcending time and space Told through parallel storylines, their point of convergence is the disappearance of the cruise ship, Paradise Voyager, while in Alaskan waters The common thread linking them together is theWhen Three Good Ideas Converge to Form One Great Catastrophe LOST is first and foremost a story about love, a special love that binds two hearts together transcending time and space Told through parallel storylines, their point of convergence is the disappearance of the cruise ship, Paradise Voyager, while in Alaskan waters The common thread linking them together is the impact they had upon the life of Oregon newspaperman, Thomas Jenkins, whose wife and granddaughter were aboard the ship.When officials declare the Voyager irretrievably lost, Tom rejects their conclusion and strikes out on his own Assembling the unlikely team of two Vietnam Vets, an Indian scientist and a supermodel, he goes on the offensive and eventually unravels the mystery When the final piece of the puzzle turns out to lie not in the Gulf of Alaska, but in the Oregon woods Tom sets off into the forest alone determined to save his wife and granddaughteror die trying.
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    About " E.G. Lewis "

  • E.G. Lewis

    Edward E G Lewis was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio As a young man he lived and worked in Kentucky and traveled the back roads of its Appalachian hill country for many years Memories of this wonderfully wild place and its people became the inspiration of his novel, PROMISES A former newspaper editor and publisher, his articles have appeared in many national and regional magazines He writes both Commercial fiction and Christian Biblical Fiction Two PROMISES, Commercial Women s Fiction, and WITNESS, Book One of the Seeds of Christianity Series are currently available Disciple, Book Two of the Seeds of Christianity Series , is slated for release in Spring of 2010 followed by LOST, a Commercial Novel.He holds a graduate degree in Economics from Ohio State University and worked in planning and corporate management before deciding to become a fulltime novelist He s currently working on another in the Seeds of Christianity Series along with a love story set in occupied France during WWII He and his wife, Gail, also a writer, live on the Southern Oregon Coast with pets than he thinks they need.

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  • E.G Lewis s Lost starts with a very personable man giving his personal recollection It s high time someone set the record straight, he says, and proceeds to do just that We meet Vietnam vet Tom, high flying Claudia who s busy in New York, and Derek who s left the country, and we know there s grief and mystery to be resolved in the small town of Pine Crest, Oregon Then the story begins.Lost is a character driven mystery with touches of high finance, science fiction, love and ethics adding to its [...]


  • Military secrets, corruption, greed, international intrigue tenderness, human frailty, devotion, and loyalty All of these describe Lost by E.G Lewis A wide and varied cast of characters are intricately woven together in this very satisfying mystery that is a follow up to Promises However, Lost totally stands on its own two feet, and although some characters from the first book make an appearance, it is not necessary to read book one in order to enjoy book two The main character from Promises, Cl [...]


  • I liked the premise stealth technology test causes ships to go missing not people trying to figure out where they are after their plane crashes, whatever the cover may suggest , and liked the characters which was unexpected, because normally when the protagonist in a thriller is a journalist it s a sign that the author hasn t got an original idea for an investigative character All was well until about 80% of the way through, where the story degenerates into stupidity view spoiler The villains, w [...]



  • Good fast mysteryFast moving.Enough suspense and intrigue to keep the pages turning with an interesting plot and good characters and descriptive locations




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