Out of the Deep
About the Book
Dr. David Keats is a clinical psychologist and educator who is in grave danger. After he realizes a psychopath student is wreaking havoc on campus, he shows up for his standing Friday afternoon lunch date with plastic surgeon, Elizabeth Davenport. But what he does not know is that a storm has been brewing for months and he is going to stop it.
Dr. Keats thinks he can trust Elizabeth. When her co-worker informs him he shouldn’t, he realizes he is somehow entangled in a complicated web of deceit and murder. After he realizes he cannot hide, Dr. Keats unknowingly seeks refuge with a CIA special ops group. The group has been provided cyber intel by a band of young hackers known as the Bricoleurs and are waging a secret war on human trafficking. Desperate and out of options, Dr. Keats joins the group and finds himself headed for the Big Easy to carry out a deadly assignment. Now he must determine who he can trust, before it is too late.
In this thrilling tale, a college professor on a dangerous journey to stop human trafficking must unravel a complex mystery to save himself and others from an untimely end.
About the Author
Michael Guidry is a retired public school administrator who served in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War. After deploying to Southeast Asia for thirty months on board the USS Hancock, he later transferred to a TA-4J training squadron based at Kingsville Naval Air Station. Guidry currently resides with his wife, Wynnelle, in Nederland, Texas.