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Bill Roedock thought he’d found “JaiWen,” the middle way. He and his son Mike are living on his forty-eight-foot trawler Lobo Sonriente in Key West. This is as close as he will come to mainstream America. On a November morning, Roedock receives a call from an old friend, Julian Jackson, a former M16 operative turned London solicitor. Thus begins a wave of events that will challenge all of Roedock’s skills and resources. Roedock is hired to find a woman and young child who have disappeared in Thailand. A simple “find and fetch” turns into a quagmire of intrigue, violence and deception. Sonya Merill is the most beautiful woman Roedock has ever seen; however, the life she leads in Thailand stinks of corruption. The fact that her current paramour is an ex-colonel who helped implement the Cambodian holocaust tells Roedock he should let go. It is in the old soul eyes of Sonya’s young daughter that he finds reason to finish the job. With the help of his nephew, Ike Wu, and contacts from the old days, the mission is undertaken in a land of secrets, shadows and memories of soldiers past.
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Robert L. Stave is a former Airborne Ranger and graduate of the University of Minnesota. He has worked as an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota and taught creative writing and photography at the Shattuck School. He has also worked as a cowboy, rancher, in personal protection, park ranger and as a dock master in Key West. He is presently medically retired due to his combat experiences. He lives in Deiray Beach, Florida with his wife Pam.
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Book Description PublishAmerica, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1606106732
Book Description PublishAmerica, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1606106732