Albuquerque, NM, July 14, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- According to the European Journal of Social Sciences, terrorism has a major impact on tourism. Moreover, tourism is considered as one of the largest, fast growing and job-generating industries in the world. Due to its nature which includes traveling from one place to another and from one country to another, tourists are at great risk for critical hazards caused by different elements, which include not only politics and international relationships, but also criminal activities.
In Conger’s exciting and stimulating page-turner, American tourists are being chased across Australia by terrorists because their laptop contains files the terrorists need for a bomb plot in Sydney. Of course the Americans think the laptop contains only photos and personal documents.
The terrorists desperately try eclectic amounts of treachery and deceit such as stalking, burglary, seduction, blackmail, ambush and a high speed, helter-skelter car chase, yet albeit all these sordid attempts they still end up in vain.
Readers of this gripping tale will definitely want to know how in the world were the protagonists able to survive and evade these series of life-threatening quagmires. Perhaps a series of indispensable and serendipitous luck is on their side, or it is plausible that a greater and more powerful divine force follows their every track as they are being chased across Australia.
Chased Across Australia
Author: Reynold Conger
Published: September 2011
About the Author:
Reynold Conger worked as a scientist and an engineer in the paper industry. He then taught high school. Now, fully retired, he writes fiction. Conger and his wife live in rural New Mexico. Their two children are grown and have careers of their own.
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Chased Across Australia is available for purchase online through the author’s website, from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.