Book Review: Dig Deeper, Dig Wider by Donald E. Whitman

Dig Deeper, Dig Wider

A LETTER ARRIVES THREATENING TO INFECT A CHAIN OF FAMILY RESTAURANTS WITH HEPATITIS UNLESS $8 MILLION IS PAID.

The owner, a God-fearing family man, is torn over what to do. If he borrows the money, his family will drown in debt. He could close all the restaurants, but that would throw loyal employees out of work and stiff his creditors. FBI agent Peters says to raise the money and they will get it back. The Bureau seems to be on top of it but the crooks outwit them and disappear. With no leads to follow, the FBI is at a loss. Then a small town detective investigating an unrelated murder case discovers a possible link. It’s not over yet.

Editorial Reviews:

“A gripping premise with a sense of urgency that keeps the pages turning.”—Dan Lawton, author of Deception and Operation Salazar.

“A diabolical but creative crime perpetrated by increasingly dysfunctional villains … always a good mix! Twists and turns as the good guys struggle to deal with the crisis … sometimes successfully, other times not so much; a fascinating read. It will make you think twice next time you consider going out for dinner.”—Rodney Page author of Murcheson County.

“Dig Deeper, Dig Wider uses a uniquely imaginative premise to drive a story packed with evil, extortion and creative money laundering on its way to a surprising and satisfying conclusion”.—Frank Foster, Best Selling author


About the Author

Donald Whitman was born and raised in Albany, Georgia. After graduating college with a degree in business he spent three years with the U.S. General Accounting Office, assigned to the NASA Space Center in Huntsville, Alabama. He then began a career in real estate re-development and management, with re-building projects including six story hotels and large apartment communities as well as single family homes.

He has been married to Barbara for forty years. They have two married daughters, and five grandchildren. He is active in his community where he served five years on the Board of Directors for a nationally acclaimed water authority and in his church, where he is an elder and teaches Sunday school. His hobbies include water skiing and swimming and he does one or the other three or four times a week.

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