Blood Brothers [NOOK Book]

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BLOOD BROTHERS

Mark Ingram thought his days in Kenya were over. He flew all the way to Washington, DC for romance, but a military coup erupts back in Africa. His Blood Brother, Rheinhart 'Rhino' Fabian is placed in harm's way. Mark overcomes all obstacles to return, collecting a small group of international operatives to join him in the fight.
A battle against the vastly outnumbering rebel forces, led by a ...
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Blood Brothers

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BLOOD BROTHERS

Mark Ingram thought his days in Kenya were over. He flew all the way to Washington, DC for romance, but a military coup erupts back in Africa. His Blood Brother, Rheinhart 'Rhino' Fabian is placed in harm's way. Mark overcomes all obstacles to return, collecting a small group of international operatives to join him in the fight.
A battle against the vastly outnumbering rebel forces, led by a rogue general ensues. After the bloody 'Battle for Mobutto's Estate' and the defeat of the rebels with the help of the Black Eagle Force, Mark returns to Nairobi, only to find a new enemy. The Yakuza leader who previously led the horrific poaching and smuggling operation for elephant ivory and rhino horn had a brother who has sworn revenge on his brother's killer. He sets a tender trap to draw Mark into his lair.
Mark finds an unexpected ally, forms a tiny team and sets off to Hong Kong to find and destroy the Dragon Master of the Big Circle Triad—the man ultimately responsible for the illegal poached ivory and rhino horn trade in the Orient.
Mark Ingram stands up when called. In BLOOD BROTHERS his creed is unchanged…"Anyone and everyone who stands against us…will die."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780989122092
  • Publisher: Timber Creek Productions, LLC
  • Publication date: 9/20/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 186
  • Sales rank: 1,277,668
  • File size: 809 KB

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  • Posted February 23, 2014

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    Who would have thought the Black Eagle Force writing team could

    Who would have thought the Black Eagle Force writing team could keep their exciting adventures going? I did. Doran Ingram, Ken Farmer and Buck Steinke have written a new Mark Ingram spinoff entitled Blood Brothers. The plot follows Mark Ingram to Africa to help his blood brother, Rhino out of a potentially dangerous situation. Then he is 'transported' to Hong Kong in a second plotline involving illegal ivory poaching.

    “‘I want the main honcho…I cut off the snake’s head here once…and already, there’s a snake taking his place. You take me to the man in Hong Kong…I’ll help you.’”

    The thrills and plot twists are classic for these three BEF authors, so you will not be disappointed. You are going to have to read this book to experience the exciting twists and turns that Mark Ingram and his team go through.
    Doran Ingrham’s former life included the USMC, Risk Management/Close Security Specialist and extensive experience dealing with terrorists. He has appeared in commercials, TV and films. He now lives with his wife in an undisclosed location.
    Buck Stienke is a retired captain and fighter pilot for the United States Air Force and a graduate from the Air Force Academy. He was a pilot for Delta Airlines for over 25 years and also executive producer of the award winning film Rockabilly Baby.
    Ken Farmer served in the Marine Corps and graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University. Ken has been a professional actor, writer and director with memorable roles in Silverado, Friday Night Lights and Uncommon Valor. He continues to write and direct award-winning films, including Rockabilly Baby.

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