Dragon of Life Book 1 Raining Truth by Mark Devine

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In the 1960s, children born during the international carnage of World War Two were becoming adults: falling in love; starting lives of purpose and promise; discovering family secrets; serving their countries - often involuntarily - and creating a variety of families. While in romantic Honolulu to sign papers selling the family's last hotel to a group of employees, jaunty Luke Whitaker meets dazzling Martha Prindle, a registered nurse, who has been working in New Zealand and is currently sailing from Auckland to San Francisco with only her dad for a crew. Tragedy strikes before Luke and Martha meet again, souring their reunion with exhaustion, tainting their relationship with deadly threats, issues of national security, and too much truth. Survive together, the FBI insists, or not at all. Can desperation and danger be overcome by a combination of love, romance, good taste, money, loyal friends, a bit of wit, and the blessings of Almighty God?
 

About Mark Devine

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With a BA in Philosophy and a minor in Far East & Russian Studies from the University of Washington, Mark Devine was so unemployable he was forced to start a small business for survival. During 37 years of owning and operating hospitality and tourist businesses, with his wife for a partner, in 3 Southeast Asian countries and 4 different American states, his briefcase filled with fascinating people, adventures, and a few accomplishments. Often based on personal experiences, he writes for women who love fiction and find entertainment in character driven novels striving to be exciting, inspirational, and occasionally provocative.
 
Published May 20, 2012 by Moon Tiger International. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Peter Sproat 29 Sep 2013

THE SUN of London said: James Bond-style jet-set swinging-Sixties locations and writing give additional gloss to this classic thriller. TheBookbag said: great protagonists & elegant plot … The writ...

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