Fatal Camino

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To escape guilt, Jane seeks peace on the Camino but finds terror

Read the first St. James Way Thriller

By John Douglas Fisher

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To escape guilt, Jane seeks peace on the Camino but finds terror

“Walkin’ the Camino’s the “in”thing,’ he smirked. ‘The latest tral la la.’ Her glare could have ignited gasoline. ‘Mr. Brady. I am not walking the Camino because it’s my latest tral la la!’ Tears shot to her eyes.

An exceptionally hot May on the Camino, the Pilgrim Way of Saint James, Jane Downer is walking alone on a mission driven by guilt.She briefly encounters Dan Brady, a cynical, rough-mannered journalist, walking the Camino against his will. They take a mutual dislike to each other and part ways. A horrific discovery throws them reluctantly together and they become  prey in danger along the Camino. Jane feels she has no choice but to complete her mission. Dan struggles with a dilemma; should he remain to protect Jane or leave to save himself?

1 review for Fatal Camino

  1. VT

    I loved the book and the descriptions of the Way of Saint James. Although I have never been there, it gave me quiet the feeling of walking it together with Jane and Dan from Pamplona to Santiago de Compostela. Jane’s development into a stronger character is something every woman can relate to when being in times of crisis. John Douglas has been able to write a thriller that is not scaring, but full of suspense. The perfect book for a lovely holiday read at the beach or in your garden or where ever you enjoy some relaxed hours. Don’t miss this really exceptional novel.

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