Wegman Novel Focuses on Terrorism at Sea

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CAVEAT GAMES, written by a career naval officer, explores the vulnerability of a cruise ship operating alone on the open seas. Well organized and funded terrorists target the largest cruise ship in history packed with thousands of passengers on her maiden voyage.

When Author Michael Wegman enlisted in the U.S. Navy over a quarter century ago, he had no idea that his submarine, diver, and surface ship experiences would one day compel him to write a novel about terrorism on the high seas.

Never before have women served in combat roles in our military...until now. CAVEAT GAMES is the story of one such woman. When the world’s wealthiest Internet gambling company loses a courier jet somewhere in the Caribbean, the navy is tasked with search operations. At Guantanamo Bay, Lieutenant Jill Sinclair, a savvy underwater acoustics specialist, is given the assignment. After locating the plane, Jill scuba dives the wreckage and finds a mysterious black box containing scandalous trade secrets sure to send shock waves through the world of professional sports. Caught in an accelerating storm of deception, Jill Sinclair battles government corruption that seeks to silence her and discovers the truth about where gambling profits are being funneled. Betrayed by those she trusts, she finds herself fighting to save her life and the lives of thousands of unsuspecting American Citizens embarked in the world's newest and largest cruise ship--trapped in the crosshairs of a September 11th magnitude terrorist plot.

Written with the credibility of a 27-year navy veteran, CAVEAT GAMES is non-stop action. The 273-page novel is Wegman's first in the action adventure genre' written in a uniquely realistic and riveting style that leaves readers asking, "Could this really happen?"

Published and distributed by the publishing company of Lulu Press, Inc., the novel is available in paperback and large print editions at http://my.lulu.com/caveatgames, Barnes & Noble, BooksAMillion, Borders, Waldenbooks, and Amazon.com.


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