36 Hours by Barbara Woster

Christian Price is a scientist who suffered a tragedy unsolved by local police. In an effort to right that which he perceives is wrong, he begins to execute experiments in different cities to test the response times of law enforcement agencies. Detective Hardwick is a thirty-year veteran of the Atlanta Police Department. He and his fellow officers, who have always been successful in keeping crime rates low in the precinct, find themselves the latest targets of Christian’s experiments, placing innocent civilians in the path of his malevolence.

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About the Author:

Barbara Woster is an educator, author, and business owner. But none of that would have become a reality had her dad, another author, and a childhood friend, not changed her destiny.

At the age of 14, Barbara had been a runner and won numerous medals in tournaments. But an accident at the bus stop one morning changed her future. At the time, little did she know she would never run again.

After undergoing surgery, she was laid up in bed for an entire year. The only things she had to entertain herself with were books. In particular, Harlequin Romance. One day, her father stopped in and saw all the romance books strewn across the bed and left, without a word. Within five minutes he was back. He tossed a book onto her lap and said, “You need to broaden your reading horizons.” The book lying on her lap? Iceberg by Clive Cussler. That day, she fell in love with the written word. She would never run again, but she had found a new passion.

When she began writing, she decided to take events from her life and transform them into elaborate stories. It was an exercise in catharsis. Later, her children and husband offered an endless supply of ideas, both deliberate and inadvertent. Their input and support are why all of her books are dedicated to them, with much love.

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