by Barry Finlay
Published by Keep on Climbing Publishing
Loneliness is a dark place. It’s like sitting in a room at night by yourself and feeling like this is eternity. It’s like being in a place with a thousand people but feeling invisible to every one of them. It’s like walking on a path without any directions, without any idea when it will end.
There is a strange thing that happens when you’ve been isolated for a long time. It makes no sense to anyone who has never experienced it. You develop a simple mistrust, perhaps even fear, of other people. They become a threat, not an opportunity.
In a true undercover role, the law enforcement officer divorces himself from his true personality. He doesn’t carry any police credentials, and carries a gun only when the role he is playing calls for it.
This was the life of FBI Special Agent, Nathan Harris. He narrowly escapes an explosion in the illegal drug lab and is left to ponder was it meant for him? Has his cover been blown? Who tipped the people behind the illicit drug ring off? Who can he trust? Had those he trusted with his life betrayed him?
Complicating matters is his fragile relationship with Naomi. She is experiencing a confusion of mixed feelings. She’s worried that Nathan might be in danger but angry that he hadn’t called to let her know he was alright. He had seen it in her eyes when he had left on assignment.
Award winning author, Barry Finlay, masterfully conveys the sense of loneliness Harris experiences while, at the same time, the agent is determined to uncover the truth, alone.
Never So Alone is crime thriller that delivers action and emotion in spades.