Running into the Darkness by D A Bale

Running into the Darkness

By D A Bale

  • Release Date: 2011-10-23
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
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Description

Samantha never intended to kill the President. As a doctor, she swore an oath to protect life – not take it. But that was before he ordered the murder of her family.

Swept from the frigid New York City winter, Dr. Samantha Bartlett returns to the Midwest to once again confront the sting of death – and face those she left behind. But she’s not alone. A strange man she dubs “Shades” haunts her every step as she seeks answers to the inferno which claimed her grandmother’s life, an eerie reminder of her parents’ deaths. The secrets Samantha uncovers forever shatter the image of those she only thought she knew.

Confronted by Shades, Samantha joins a secret underworld known only as the Elite, where a web of power and control is woven deep within governments worldwide. Their sights are set on the seat of domination behind the Resolute desk that is the powerhouse of nations – the presidency of the United States of America. Samantha becomes the Elite’s unlikely key to infiltrating the White House at its most intimate levels.

The Hippocratic Oath. All doctors swear by it. But the most despicable deeds must be avenged. The quest for blood swallows Samantha in a veil of darkness and threatens to destroy everything she once stood for.

And from the darkness there is no escape.

Reviews

  • running into the darkness

    5
    By slyone21
    absolutely riveting! I could not stop reading this book until I have finished. I was so into the plot that I didn't even see the end of the book, or should I say the cliffhanger, coming! A must read!
  • Running into the Darkness

    5
    By Avid Reader on iBook
    The fountain of Youth exists in this story, unfortunately not for me since I gave up sleep so that I could finish this book. The book had plenty of action, a well-written script and many of unknowns that needed to be solved. This book could easily be made into a fast=paced movie. It was very enjoyable.

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