Eric L Douglas

Return to Cayman: Paradise Held Hostage

Return to Cayman: Paradise Held Hostage by Eric L Douglas
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fiction Suspense, Travel
For readers of:Clive Cussler, Tom Clancy, David Baldacci, Steve Berry, Dan Brown
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Print Length250 pages
ISBN978-1512035872
PublisherVisibility Press
Publication DateMay 4, 2015
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

A cruise ship drops anchor in the George Town harbor on Grand Cayman, tearing up a coral reef.

Mike Scott is trapped inside the reef while scuba diving and nearly dies.

A car is hacked and runs into George Town harbor, nearly drowning the driver.

Somehow, it’s all connected. When all of the island’s communications are shut off from the world by an environmental terrorist, it is up to Mike Scott and his friends to put a stop to it. When they discover there is something else going on entirely, they realize the whole world is in danger.

About the Author

Eric Douglas spent his childhood Sunday nights watching “The

Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau” and dreamed of diving alongside the Captain. He became a diver, and then a dive instructor, meeting his goals and pursuing a life of adventure and travel.

Through his fictional works, Eric take readers on adventures of their own. His stories have everything thriller junkies crave; action, adventure and intrigue, set against a backdrop beautiful locations, the ocean and the environment, and scuba diving. The fast-paced stories are exciting, but Eric also hopes to inspire future generations of explorers and adventurers like Cousteau did for him.

After completing a program at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Eric jumped into documentary work, creating nonfiction works on lobster divers, war veterans, and cancer survivors.

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