Elephant Gun by Phillip E. Carpenter

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Book Description:You've never read a novel exactly like this; part truth, part fiction, adult, gritty, yet thought provoking and intelligent, trampling merrily over many sacred cows. Real events in today's headlines are ingeniously interwoven throughout the fabric of this exciting action saga. Will the nefarious doctor in Tijuana actually find a genuine cure for AIDS using his bizarre procedures to experiment on wealthy Americans while running an illegal dope ring out the back door of his clinic?Will his sociopathic partner, a foul-mouthed, bigoted mercenary gleefully murder just one innocent victim too many?And will a former SAS commando turned African big game hunter manage to survive falling in lust with a beautiful lady animal rights activist who stumbles across a major criminal enterprise? Can he save her from the mercenary's deadly henchmen..and himself from two gay Iraqui assassins hired by an ex-IRA terrorist to blow up a major public facility in Nairobi?How does the hunter become involved with a tough lady cop, the DEA, FBI, and a sexy Beverly Hills widow in Los Angeles after her HIV-positive son is kidnapped? Will the hunter's ancient Masai tracking skills, a .44 Magnum pistol and a double-barrel .600 Nitro Express be enough to defeat modern, high-tech weaponry during a pitched night battle in the most unlikely environment imaginable?It all reaches an astonishing climax involving stealth helicopters, snipers, police, news media, wild animals and wild women. Don't miss out on one of the most interesting and unusual adventure novels of our time.

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Published July 24, 2000 by iUniverse. 416 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure, Romance, Erotica, Crime. Fiction

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