Mahko's Knife

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Take Jason Bourne, give him Apache blood, threaten his family, and drop him in the Southwestern desert, and you have Mahko Anaya.

When crime boss Juan Martinez kidnaps two teenagers in revenge, Mahko tracks them to the Copper Canyon of Mexico. Mahko, a former Army Ranger, pits his military skills, ancestral spirit, and endurance against a band of ruthless killers. One of the teenagers, Mahko's son, has been a good student--and between the two ...

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Overview

Take Jason Bourne, give him Apache blood, threaten his family, and drop him in the Southwestern desert, and you have Mahko Anaya.

When crime boss Juan Martinez kidnaps two teenagers in revenge, Mahko tracks them to the Copper Canyon of Mexico. Mahko, a former Army Ranger, pits his military skills, ancestral spirit, and endurance against a band of ruthless killers. One of the teenagers, Mahko's son, has been a good student--and between the two of them, they unleash a fury as cold and cunning as a pack of wolves.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453841723
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/2/2010
  • Pages: 392
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.87 (d)

Meet the Author

A formertank unit commander,military lawyer, and paratrooper, John O'Dowd left the Army to go into private practice. Not even the skills he had learned as agraduate of the Air Force's Unconventional Warfare School and the Army's Airborne, Ranger and Jungle Expert schools, could prepare him for dealing with angry divorce clients. When he had milked all of the fun out of the practice of law that he could stand, he went to work as a general assignment reporterfor a small newspaper. It was yet another disappointment. He discovered that editors were generally happy with his stories but expected most of the words to be spelled correctly. To the surprise and shock of his editors and publishers he won three state press awards.
"Mahko's Knife" is part 2 of the Mahko's Knife Series. The prequel is "Mahko's Price" and the sequel is "Mahko's Gift" Both are available as ebooks at Amazon.com in the Kindle Store.
Visit the author at: http://mahkosknife.blogspot.com
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  • Posted August 7, 2010

    Hard To Put Down!

    I selected this because of its setting, but then I was hooked by the characters. Mahko Anaya is a really fastinating character--really well written. The chase scenes are exciting, and the description of the mountains made me miss the West. I couldn't stop reading so that I could see how it would turn out (I won't give it away). I look forward to other works by this author.

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