His Vietnamese daughter, April Bow, appears at Rainbow's mountain sanctuary with a cryptic message and a hidden agenda. The careful feelers Rainbow puts out to his old friends return disquieting news - a fortune is missing, a dead man may have resurrected himself, and the heart of the storm is sleeping in his spare bed.
Monkey on a Chain
Violence threatens to explode with every step as April and Rainbow follow a trail of greed and guilt which seems to reveal, with every surprising turn, a deeper connection between them. ABR received this audiobook for free from the Author, Submitted in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the audiobook or the content of our review.
He and his associates made millions, all of it successfully laundered and taxed. Someone is out to kill April, Rainbow, all of his associates. Who and why is the question. Rainbow was the enforcer of the group of soldiers turned businessmen in Vietnam.
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He and April begin their journey across the country and parts of Mexico to discover why the old network of friends has begun to unravel. Why after nearly two decades of peace? Slowly the clues lead them to even more questions. Nothing is as it seems.
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Find a book that supports a local author. There is something for everyone in this list: All are written by local authors, many from Warrenville. And if you don't find what you want here, check out the list of books by local authors. While we may be familiar with the role of female nurses in the Vietnam War, did you know that over other women also served as intelligence analysts, flight controllers, clerk-typists, translators, physical therapists, dietitians, communications specialists, photojournalists, finance clerks, and couriers?
Come hear these stories and more, inspired by the time the authors spent in Viet Nam. Attendees are invited to bring their own books for author signing. Extra copies will be offered for sale by the authors at the signing. Joining her from Arizona will be Harlen Campbell, a writer of science fiction, mystery, and suspense novels which are nobly informed by his Army experiences.
Claire Starnes from the Maine town of Lewiston. In , she volunteered for Vietnam. Over the years of the American war in Vietnam, an estimated 1, military staff and line officers and enlisted women served in country.
At the age of 23, Claire became one of them. There, she hired and trained a staff of Vietnamese Nationals to run a typesetting operation which ultimately supported more than 20 division publications. Due to Claire's proficiency in the French language and Vietnam's history as a former French colony, she was often called upon to serve as a translator. Starnes, another Army journalist.
The couple both retired from the military in , became civilian employees of the Army, and continued their distinguished careers in the public information service. More than both living and deceased were located that year, and VWV convened its first reunion conference in Olympia, Washington.
Throughout the years since then, Claire continued searching for her peers, researching and filling in the missing histories of how these women came to South Vietnam and what they did there. From to , this hardy group of Army, Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy female personnel left its mark as intelligence analysts, flight controllers, clerk-typists, translators, physical therapists, dietitians, communications specialists, photojournalists, finance clerks, and couriers.