Reciprocity [NOOK Book]

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The son of Tim Ryan, the main character in the story of EXTRACTION is on a surfing vacation in Costa Rica when he and his buddy witness the attemped murder of a US DEA agent. The following capture of the boys and their treatment by the cartel brings Billy's Dad Tim Ryan into the picture. Assembling his veteran pals from a few years back when they found and removed a treasure from Laos and brought it home, Tim comes to Costa Rica to rescue his son and friend. The cartel moves the adventureous boys to Venezuela and...

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Reciprocity

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Overview

The son of Tim Ryan, the main character in the story of EXTRACTION is on a surfing vacation in Costa Rica when he and his buddy witness the attemped murder of a US DEA agent. The following capture of the boys and their treatment by the cartel brings Billy's Dad Tim Ryan into the picture. Assembling his veteran pals from a few years back when they found and removed a treasure from Laos and brought it home, Tim comes to Costa Rica to rescue his son and friend. The cartel moves the adventureous boys to Venezuela and makes them work in their drug processing facility. Here, they meet Fritz von Schlegel, a WW2 German submarine captain who deserted the Reich along with his U-615 U-Boat and crew.The escape and evasion following is filled with humerous incidents by the two young surfers and gets more interesting when his Dad and pals assault the cartel's compound and take a few prisioners themselves in reciprocity.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011381911
  • Publisher: W. Addison Gast
  • Publication date: 6/16/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 650,470
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Retired USN flight engineer with 43 years service. Started writing while in the USN Public Information Office -articles for major media releases and Stars & Stripes and Station paper ( North Islander)Worked as corporate exec up to 2001 then sold corporation and started writing. Action adventure fiction with two series in print as of this date. When not traveling and giving motivational lectures to recovering cancer survivors ( which Addison is ,) he lives with wife in Texas and Mexico. Most avid hobby for available free time is flying space available with the military.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2011

    Continued series is really awsome

    Good story and the antics of these guys is a book in itself. Typical surfers but they work in D.C. for the CIA. The main character is the son of tim Ryan in the earlier book. Tim and his buddies come to the rescue of Billy and Chad biut not after they have had an adventure locating a hidden WW2 German sub........in south America no less. The dialogue between thse two main characters is almost a comedy in action.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2013

    Good read

    Worth reading - areas could have been more in depth. The beurocrat (misspelled) being shown up was pleasimg

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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