Blood Trail by Gary J. R. Cook

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Modern adventure novel set in Japan and Montana, with several brilliantly written flash-back scenes from the Viet Nam War.

About Gary J. R. Cook

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Gary J. Cook was a combat Marine (helicopter door gunner, primarily) in Viet Nam, and then an undercover Sheriff's deputy in a western Montana county after coming back. He lived in Asia (Taiwan and Japan) for nearly 20 years after the Viet Nam War, and has run, with his Japanese wife, a non-profit student exchange program for Japanese and State of Montana students for the past 16 years. He has one previous novel, published as a paperback original by Pocketbooks in 1988, GRAVEYARD RULES. He presently lives in Polson, Montana, at the southern end of Flathead Lake, close by Glacier National Park in northwestern Montana.
Published March 30, 2006 by Dennis Mcmillan Pubns. 465 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Ben Tails (aka "Mr. Slide") leaves a bloody trail indeed in Cook's gripping tale of a modern warrior's journeys from Montana to Vietnam and other parts of Asia, always returning home, always searching.

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Ed has an opinion on everything Joe does or doesn’t do and can’t understand why Joe isn’t more receptive to his help especially because property values affect the whole neighborhood.

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