just the beginning of their trip to Hell and back ‘The Mystery of Flight 2222’ #Mystery #Suspense #ThomasNeviaser @SDSXXTours

The Mystery of Flight 2222
by Thomas Neviaser
Genre: Mystery, Suspense
Two strangers meet while seated together on a long distance air flight.
The more seasoned of the two creates a game to pass the time. They
choose seven passengers and proceed to guess their names, age,
occupation, marital status, and personality. Later, they are informed
of severe mechanical problems disabling the plane, leading to a crash
into the sea. They survive along with only seven other passengers,
incredibly the seven people from the game they had just played. The
subsequent prolonged and horrifying adventure in a raft presents many
obstacles to their survival including sharks, severe weather, death,
hunger, thirst, declining physical and mental health, paranoia, and
pirates of the high seas. Their long awaited rescue from the ravages
of the sea is just the beginning of their trip to Hell and back.

Dr. Neviaser is a retired orthopaedic surgeon and author of many medical articles,
papers, presentations, and contributions to medical texts. He’s
written extensively on shoulder conditions, his specialty. He is
available as a speaker on most orthopaedic conditions. His
dynamic presentations involve a great deal of audience participation
and personalized attention to attendees.
Dr. Neviaser is proud of his orthopedic guide book for the lay person, THE WAY I SEE
IT: A Head-to-Toe Guide Guide To Common Orthopaedic Conditions and
his first novel, YOU DEAR SWEET MAN.
He is now especially excited to introduce to his new novel,
THE MYSTERY OF FLIGHT 2222,
to be published this 2018 summer.
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One thought on “just the beginning of their trip to Hell and back ‘The Mystery of Flight 2222’ #Mystery #Suspense #ThomasNeviaser @SDSXXTours

  1. Mary Preston August 4, 2018 at 2:51 AM

    A genre I enjoy reading.

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