Words: 72, Published: November 26, Mac and Allessandra accompanied by their ever expanding crew depart the ancient plantation in Camden County, Georgia headed to the Carribbean looking for the missing Victoria who vanished after fleeing into the night as they were leaving Charleston.
Mac and Allessandra reignite their love with intense sexual chemistry that is electrifying. Words: 57, Published: November 18, The romantic adventure continues with Mac and Allessandra accompanied by her newly discovered father Sir Reginald Thornbush and best friend Tommie Sanderson, as the leave Charleston, South Carolina and sail south by southwest to an ancient plantation in Camden County, Georgia where they are again attacked by mysterious divers.
This time resulting in a death on one of them. Words: 85, Published: May 7, A romantic adventure novel illustrating mature men and women have passion and devotion to not only one another, but to honor and their sense of duty.
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Mac and his crew of operators from his old Hostage Rescue Team HRT fight human traffickers while Mac sails the curvature of the earth while returning to Charleston, South Carolina to his beloved Allessandra. A similarly laid-out Japanese ship shows weapons on vast mounts dwarfing the crew, who are gathered for a group photograph.
Yet, for all of its bravado, the Yamato was not simply a brutal thing, but a beautiful one, as described by Morris. Its end is not a sinking, but a suicide. The Yamato is a symbol. That the Yamato was Japanese is incidental to this book. Morris is interested not in the cultural idiosyncrasies of the Japanese or of their weapons, but in the global nature of both. The Japanese are consequently not exoticised or dehumanised which they often are and have been , or made to seem different to any other fighting force at any other place or time.
They are, simply, people under orders, as people have been for millennia. This is a book that does not see enemies, allies, victors or losers. Were we not to know the subject, we might suspect that it was a majestic, living, breathing animal, putting on a show for the people flying over it. Ross Clark.
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