Sexual equality in the military may have freed female Rangers to fight terrorists, but they remain pawns in the cutthroat game played by scheming senators and ambitious generals running for president. Candie Cannon leaves bullets, bras and bigotry behind to lead a covert Ranger mission into treacherous Aakul province where naked girls go running into the pounding surf, shelter in the shadows of colorful umbrellas and quench their thirst with tall icy drinks. But the mission goes bad when she finds herself the newest recruit in the harem of Suleiman the Magnificent. David MacArthur attempts a rescue mission last seen in the movies: wearing a tuxedo under his frogman gear, he swims towards the Maas'qol casino, but languishes chained to a wall in a medieval sewer below the Royal Prince Afife promontory. Only Candie's Ranger cunning and a little scented honey releases him. With the aid of Channel 22 ("Me-too You-too News"), the kick-off party to MacArthur's presidential campaign lights up social media. The Magnum Lipstick is a unique entry in military history and illustrates how steroids and tough Ranger training can weaponize the female physique.
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About the Author
Terrence A. Brooks leads a quiet life riding his bike, contemplating the 19th century, and painting houses. He distilled his reflections about doing art by hand in the digital age in his book Be a painter (ISBN-13: 978-1461170297). He enjoys writing novels with titles that are complex and difficult to remember. Two such examples are The painter winkles a wrinkle in reality: a cookie dough mystery (ISBN-13: 978-1477651261) and Auntie Nix knits savage sausage socks: a stocking stuffer mystery (ISBN-13: 978-1482799101). The first describes the search for a cookie recipe while the earth splits in two halves that rotate against each other, and the second considers human evolution under the pressure of global warming. They are labeled 'mysteries' merely to attract the casual reader seeking entertainment.