By Jack Kregas
December 26 – 29
- Purchase link: `http://mybook.to/choiceCruiseLines
- Genre: Medical thriller
- Print length: 308 pages
- Age range: This is an adult book
- Trigger warnings: Discussion of euthanasia. Brief marital violence. Some sexual references.
- Formats available for the Tour: all standard electronic formats (sorry, no paperbacks)
- Amazon Rating: 4.5
About Choice Cruise Lines
Bad things happen to good people. This is a fictional account of changes that come over individuals when disease, old age, and poor decisions threaten life as they know it. Recognition, acceptance, and then deciding what to do is at the heart of this story.
For the characters in this book, background, upbringing and beliefs are important until uncertainty and fear take over. It is only then that true strength emerges and guides them towards a company who understands. Choice Cruise Lines.
Euthanasia is a controversial word. Freedom to choose should be available to all.
Romance, suspense, crime, mixed with sadness, laughter and outrageous behavior brings each one of us closer to the characters as we each can see comparisons in our own lives.
Praise for Choice Cruise Lines
A masterfully crafted story around a no doubt sensitive and controversial issue, packed nonetheless with humour, romance and thriller that make it a compelling, stimulating read. Amazon Review
Wow! I loved this first novel by Jack Kregas and it left me wanting to read more of his books. … Clearly, Jack draws on his interesting life experiences in telling his tales. He does it in such an easy way and is one of the reasons this book is so enjoyable and readable.
I look forward to reading more of Jack’s books. I am now a fan! Amazon Review
About the Author
Jack Kregas was born in New England in the north east of the United States. After a stint in the US Army, he was discharged in Europe and the next forty years were spent skiing and living life to the max as well as creating several successful businesses.
Winters in the Alps and summers windsurfing on Maui, Jack departed Switzerland for Maui full time with his Australian wife and small daughter. After five years he moved the family to Australia and became an Australian Citizen.
Jack now lives in Brisbane and is retired, writing full-time after his very successful autobiography, It’s All About Me and a few others. He plays golf and travels to participate in poker tournaments or promote his books.
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