College Station, TX (PressExposure) April 25, 2008 -- What happens when a member of Al Qaeda secretly enters our midst? In Heath Daniels new book, Three Kisses, readers are taken on a wild pursuit of a traitor, across borders and through some of the government's top secret operations.
With the help of the premier medical technology and a Russian doctor, Al Qaeda is able to duplicate a U.S. Army officer, creating a free ticket onto U.S. soil. A fellow officer discovers the severe breach of national security, and quickly takes matters into his own hands. With his own safety and security at stake, the officer uses the aid of friends to help expose and remove the traitor.
Three Kisses is a fast-moving journey through some of the world's most unstable countries. The characters in the story experience some of the most disturbing current events, and are forced to mature and discover true happiness through all of the toil.
Author Heath Daniels is a semi-retired consultant on various international topics in some form or another. He was born and grew up in the U.S. where he worked for many years, moving often to different locations within the country. He now lives wherever his clothes are hung in a closet, but mostly outside the U.S. His work allows him to travel extensively. In the process he has developed a large network of colleagues and friends who have contributed directly and indirectly to the knowledge he has brought into this book. When he is not busy thinking of ways to spoil his grandchildren, he writes, reads, and travels. Throughout his life, he has been a keen observer of current events with special interests in culture and language, history, and spirituality, and reads extensively on the subjects. He has written and published on professional topics as well. This is his first novel.
Three Kisses is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-60264-110-5) and hardcover (ISBN 978-1-60264-111-2) from Virtualbookworm.com, Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com. The book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and the United Kingdom.