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Into the Volcano

David Goldfield

Frank Donahue knows he is playing a dangerous game in his role as an investigative journalist and publisher of Panama Express. He is living in Panama, where corruption seems to go all the way up to the president. His reporting on the vagaries of the corrupt government and other organisations has made him many friends but also many enemies. Frank, an ex-US marine, figures he can take care of any trouble that might come along.

He is divorced, resigned to living his life alone, until Shauna, a striking attractive blonde woman, enters his life and asks him to help in tracking down her estranged husband, Paul, who has mysteriously disappeared. Frank, even at their first meeting, feels a bond between himself and Shauna, and agrees to help, little knowing that his investigations will set him on the trail of dangerous serial killers.

But there is even more danger ahead because of his investigations of the government.

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David Goldfield is an author who divides his time between Canada and Latin America. He has spent many years in the international corporate world in banking and finance.

His previous book published in 2008, The Ambassador's Word, is a non-fiction narrative account of a major international hostage taking and the role of the Canadian Ambassador in Lima, Peru in 1996-97. The book was a finalist in the Ottawa Book Awards in 2008. The book is now being adapted into a feature length film.

Into the Volcano, Goldfield's first novel, is set in Latin America and was researched during his time living and working in Panama over the last ten years. A film adaptation is also currently being developed.

The author is now working on another novel set in India.