Strangers' Gate by Tom Casey

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“We create what we need from the wreckage of what we’ve lost,” Jason Walker says to a friend at a beach bar on the Caribbean island of St. Croix. Ex-businessman, pilot, poet, and adventurer, Walker has followed his bliss and tripped over his past. Her name is Charlotte Lansing. Her husband Alan is a vulture capitalist who keeps his wife on a short leash. With ties to money laundering, pornography and the drug trade, he marks them both for death. Jason and Charlotte are in a race for their lives. But no one can run forever…
On location in New York, Alaska, and on Caribbean Islands, Strangers’Gate is a lyrical novel of great accomplishment.

About Tom Casey

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TOM CASEY was born in New York City. He was a military pilot during the Vietnam era, and is presently a captain with a major international airline, flying 777s. He is the author of Human Error.
Published December 21, 2009 by Tom Casey. 266 pages
Genres: Romance, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Erotica, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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In this lyrical novel of love, violence and drug-fueled treachery from Casey (Human Error ), pilot Jason Walker cashes out of his job as a dot-com executive shortly before his marriage goes up in flames, partly because he's had an affair with beautiful Charlotte Lansing.

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