Crossing the Line

A Novel

by Thomas Doulis


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Hardcover
$33.95
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$3.99
Softcover
$16.99
Hardcover
$33.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/6/2015

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781480814677
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781480814769
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781480814660

About the Book

Lee, Mona and Holly are going to spend Labor Day weekend with Professor Joshua Andrews outside Philadelphia. When they arrive, their host is surprisingly absent until they step inside and find he has been attacked. Andrews is bleeding and barely alive, so they call an ambulance.

The authorities don’t have much to go on, although Lee thinks he saw someone in the woods when they arrived. They are forced to find other sleeping arrangements as Andrews is treated at the nearest hospital. Lee senses something amiss, but he might just be paranoid, surrounded as he is by blossoming anger at the Vietnam War and battles over the heated civil rights movement.

Soon, this group of friends find themselves embroiled in a socio-political conspiracy. The mistrust of 1970s politics presents itself via rumors of government intelligence agencies prying into private lives. Was Andrews perhaps under surveillance? What does his attack mean to his friends? And how long before America’s oppressive watchdogs go too far?


About the Author

Thomas Doulis’ first novel, Path for our Valor, was based on his experiences as a paratrooper in the pre-JFK Special Forces. His second novel, The Quarries of Sicily, was set in Greece during the military Junta. He is also the author of The Open Hearth and City of Brotherly Love.