Aerocopters Internationale, an aircraft charter service, is hired to help uncover the mysteries of two hidden cities buried deep in the jungles of Brazil. During the exploration, one of the helicopters crashes, leaving the survivors to fend for themselves. Within weeks, Aerocopters is contacted by the CIA asking for help in a mission against a deadly drug cartel. A dramatic and destructive plan comes together, as does the possibility that the archeological explorations and the cartel may somehow be related.
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After graduating from high school in the small town of New Carlisle, Ohio, Erik P. Feldmanis set out to follow his dreams of becoming an Army helicopter pilot.Starting his military career as a UH-1H Helicopter Mechanic, he began going to college to earn his degree in Professional Aeronautics from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. A few years later he applied for and was accepted to the prestigious U.S. Army Warrant Officer Rotary Wing Qualification Course at Fort Rucker, Alabama. Upon graduating in February of 1983, he was stationed with the DPTM Aviation Division at Fort Knox, Kentucky where he served as a V.I.P. helicopter pilot. It was at this point that Erik began his writing career, contributing articles to the U.S. Army Aviation Digest Magazine. During this time Erik went back to school in the evenings and finished a second degree in Applied Science from the University of the State of New York. After leaving the army, Erik entered the field of law enforcement and served as not only a deputy, but also as the Chief Pilot for the department's Fixed Wing Division. During this time he also contributed articles to numerous law enforcement professional magazines.Between his career changes, Erik realized that he had a true passion for writing. Although not being a reader or a writer of fiction, Erik decided that he wanted to try his hand at it anyway. The result was The Jungle, an action/adventure dealing with an archeological discovery deep in the jungles of Brazil that involves the KGB, the CIA, and the Brazilian drug cartel. But the story didn't end there. The two sequels to "The Jungle" were originally released by Picasso Publications, "The Jungle Part II" and "The Jungle Part III ", making these his first trilogy. Not only had his original Part I gained the interest of General Chuck Yeager, Colonel Clarence "Bud" Anderson, and the previous Marion County, Indianapolis Chief of Police and Sheriff, Joseph G. McAtee, but also at the request of a Florida and Holly
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Book Description Picasso Publications, Incorporated. Paperback. Book Condition: Fair. Bookseller Inventory # G1552790177I5N00