Fatal Addiction is the 4th episode in the exciting and dramatic world of Helen Meeker.
As Fatal Addiction opens we find Helen and Henry Reese on a one-way trip to Nazi Germany via a DC-2 and at the mercy of Alistar Fister.
Meanwhile Becca Bobbs and Clay Barnes try to find the plane that took Helen and Reese. And Reggie Fister has disappeared from Becca and Clay's detail casting further doubt on his loyalties.
Fatal Addiction is exciting as once again Helen and her team have their lives hanging in the balance. Can they determine who is pulling the strings before it is too late? Get ready for yet another exciting installment in Ace Collins' In the President's Service. What will episode 4 reveal about the Nazi plot?
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About the Book:
Helen Meeker has impulsively hopped onto a DC-2, en route to Nazi Germany, in a seemingly foolhardy attempt to save her friend, Henry Reese. Rebecca Bobbs and the rest of the team watch in horrified resignation, unable to stop the inevitable. Meanwhile, Alistar Fister discovers that without the injections that have given him super-human powers, he will soon die. And he won’t be the only one, as others—much more innocent than Fister—are sucked into the fatal addiction. Is there any way for the remaining team members to stop the diabolical plot that could enslave an entire civilization—before it’s too late?
Ace Collins’ publishing history includes the novels Farraday Road, Swope’s Ridge and Jefferson Burke and the Secret of the Lost Scroll for Zondervan, The Yellow Packard from Barbour, Reich of Passage for Bay Forest, and The Christmas Star for Abingdon. He has several more novels set for release in 2015 and one of his books was just optioned for a motion picture. His fiction writing has covered everything from value-driven plots, to adventures, mysteries, historical stories, sentimental tales and comedy.
In nonfiction, Collins has scored bestsellers with The Cathedrals, Lassie A Dog’s Life, Turn Your Radio On, The Stories Behind The Best-Loved Songs of Christmas, Father Does Know Best, and The Stories Behind The Great Traditions of Christmas. His work has been made into two network television specials and a CBS movie.