It’s release day for author Harry Wegley’s Triple Threat! A novel of thrills, conspiracy, romance, and faith, Triple Threat is everything this cover embodies through its attractive leading characters, vivid colors, and symbolic pieces indicative of the Wegley’s storyline. The sensational plot jumps off of the cover–the contrast of light sky and darker mountains leave nothing to chance that Triple Threat‘s leading characters will face forces of good and evil as they fight a conspiracy and opposing worldviews.
Typically I stay within the genres of historical or contemporary inspirational literature; however, Triple Threat‘s cover is so appealing that I feel myself drawn to Wegley’s novel. The leading man and woman on the cover are individual enough to tell readers they have their own stories, but the emotions in their eyes also relay that romance will play a part in the novel. With the unique blend of love, faith, and adventure, Triple Threat could be just the novel to start me off on a new genre.
What do you think of the cover of Triple Threat? What do you like about the cover or wish was different?
About the Book:
Brilliant, beautiful, 21-year-old Katie Brandt, PhD candidate and woman of faith, detects a deadly conspiracy. Suspecting it’s only the tip of an iceberg, she dives in, pulling fellow grad student, Joshua West, with her into a high-risk investigation of a cyber-terrorist plot.
Damaged as a child by the foster-care system, Katie takes huge risks to win acceptance and love. But when she risks the life of Josh, an agnostic who isn’t prepared to die, she fears her mistake might have eternal consequences. And that would break Katie’s heart, a heart rapidly falling for Josh.
If Katie and Josh survive the investigation, can they span the chasm of divergent worldviews that separates them? How can they awaken a dozing nation to a three-pronged danger that threatens its very existence?
About the Author:
H. L. (Harry) Wegley served 7 years in the USAF as an Intelligence Analyst and a Weather Officer. After leaving the military he worked for nearly 12 years as a research scientist in atmospheric physics at a national lab where he earned an advanced degree in Computer Science, then developed distributed computing systems for Boeing for more than 2 decades.
Since retiring in 2008 he has attended several novel-writing workshops, seminars, and conferences and published several contracted books, including a devotional work and a series of novels. He is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Oregon Christian Writers, and Christian Author Network.
Harry lives in the greater Seattle area with his wife of 48 years. When they are not enjoying grandkids, participating in church ministries, hiking the Olympic Peninsula beaches or occasionally traveling to snorkel tropical waters, H. L. writes inspirational thriller/suspense novels and continues to study the craft of writing fiction.