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For the first time in history, American women are proudly serving in navy combatant ships, and CAVEAT GAMES is the story of one of these women. Lurking far out at sea, a terrorist plot threatens America's largest cruise ship on her maiden voyage. Stumbling upon the facts while diving the remains of a sunken lear jet near Guantanamo Bay, Navy Lieutenant Jill Sinclair must overcome the high level corruption that seeks to silence her. If she doesn't move quickly, horrific events on the open seas will make the loss-of-life on September 11th pale in comparison. CAVEAT GAMES is non-stop action that will leave you asking, "Could this really happen?" Click on Preview to read a chapter excerpt, scroll down to read what others are saying, and download or purchase your printed copy today! (ALSO AVAILABLE IN LARGE PRINT EDITION)
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"I love the power and drama of story telling...it's one of my life's many passions!"About the Author:
Despite growing up in a large Air Force family, Michael Wegman charted his own unique military career enlisting in the U.S Navy in 1978. He spent years as a fast attack nuclear submarine electrician and scuba diver before he was selected to a commissioning program. Wegman attended Auburn University in Alabama and was commissioned as a Surface Warfare Officer in 1987. He served as an engineering officer and combat systems division officer on two surface ships, while making numerous deployments and cruises around the globe. In 1994, Wegman transfered to the University of North Carolina's NROTC Department to teach Naval Science and attend graduate school. He entered the Naval Reserve in 1994 and has served as Officer-in-Charge of the Ports of Wilmington and Morehead City North Carolina and as an Anti-terrorism Officer for the Commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet. Today, Michael works as a staff officer for the Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces command. His writing career includes yearbook editor at two universities, recently published articles in two different major worldwide trade journals, and many speeches and press releases for North Carolina statewide political candidates. He is presently writing his second novel.
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