Silent Wilderness by Doris Holland

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Samantha is a young woman who spent her college years studying to be an aeronautical engineer. Since she also worked as an assistant to a sports trainer to pay her way through college, she had little time to party with her fellow classmates. Her lifetime dream is finally coming true, she and her employer, Mac, have been commissioned to design an anti-radar jet. Now she had time to enjoy working on the research project. She could also sit back and catch up on a social life. Her tranquil world turns into a nightmare as she flees for her life being chased not only by killers hired by an international warlord who wants to steal her design but also by the authorities who have reason to believe she was involved in a murder.
 

About Doris Holland

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Doris Holland is a self-made woman, mother of four and retired educator. She is the seventh child of eleven. She grew up on tenant farms where she worked in the cotton fields and tended to the farm animals. Because of this she has a strong work ethic and loves to play to make up for the fun she missed as a child. She married at the age of eighteen. When her children were growing the family camped out a lot going to all states in the United States except Hawaii. At the age of twenty six, after her first three children had started school she entered college. When she earned her BA she began teaching at the elementary level. Her education did not end there she continued to earn a Masters + 30. She taught many subjects in the middle school grades and retired after thirty years. She learned to read her siblings' books before she started to school. Growing up she learned a lot about life from the many books she read and is still an avid reader. Even thought she is retired she is a versatile person and stays busy with many activities which includes travel.
 
Published June 12, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 160 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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