Deep Fathom Themes

James Rollins
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Love Heals Even The Deepest Wounds

Jack has been on his own for years. After the Atlantis shuttle accident, and the loss of his fiance Jennifer Spangler, Jack blames himself. He closes himself off from anything that might involve his heart, letting no one in and allowing none of himself to the surface. His guilt and remorse as the single survivor of that accident is almost more than he can bear. The survivors' guilt he deals with keeps him isolated from all of the people who care about him. Instead, he prefers his own company and tries to make a clean break of his life, leaving behind everything that reminds him of his previous life. He even mortgages the family farm in an effort to finance his continuing salvage operation. When he is called to aid in the recovery of the Presidents plane, he doesn't want to go, but...

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