The US never leaves soldiers behind, alive or dead. Almost never, anyway. After a failed black ops mission in the opening days of the First Gulf War, desert tribesmen find and return a wounded American soldier. After months of rehabilitation for a broken back and a damaged spirit, Phil Pfeiffer returns to civilian life as a private detective tracking wayward spouses and bail jumpers. When a philandering husband goes missing however, innocent people begin to die. Nothing is right with the police investigation or the search for the husband’s body. Even after the insurance company pays off, the bitter widow remains convinced her husband is alive. Fallen grievously ill, the widow, now a successful business woman, spots her husband’s photo in a celebrity magazine. Phil reluctantly tracks the recalcitrant man from the Pacific Northwest to a second suspicious death in the Bahamas. Just as he is about to make a positive identification, Phil is thrown to ravenous sharks and forced to swim into the arms of authorities waiting to charge him with the murder.
Submersibles and Their Use in Oceanography and Ocean Engineering
Plot twists and strong characters drive this noir fiction with page turning and heart pounding intensity. In the style of Craig Johnson’s “Longmire,” and with the gritty realism of James Lee Burke’s most memorable characters, award winning author Oliver F. Chase takes us on a rollicking, roller coaster ride into the world of serial crime and avarice.
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