David Elliot, ex-pat, ex-paramedic living in Lima Peru with his family is caught up in a plot against the government of Peru. It is led by a team of ex-military United States and Peruvian members who are trying to make the world a better place, as they see it. You see into David's mind as he is dragged along throughout the city of Lima. His depression, his wants, his needs, his anxiety. He is basically crutch to the team's leader and medic to the rest. As they move they are seen and David is put on the list of suspects and now also becomes sought by the police of Peru. His loyalty is called into question; he too is ex-military and feels a kinship towards the members of the team. He wonders whether if given the chance if he will be able to escape or if when needed will he pick up a gun? Author_Bio: Robert Peters lives in the Pacific Northwest, having returned to the States after living in Peru for several years. He has traveled and lived extensively around the world and within the US. Robert attended Art College in Seattle and has been published as a photojournalist. He served in the US Army, worked as a paramedic for fifteen years, attended two years of medical school in England and served as lead medic with an international search and rescue team to Peru. He has been writing for much of his life and has also written two compilations of short stories. Keywords: Action, Thriller, Medical, Travel, Foreign country, Peru, Military, Fiction, Tension.
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|Size: ||311 KB|
|Publisher: ||First Edition Design Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781622879359 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|