Maggie Riley has settled into her new life in Thailand, working aboard her sailboat and doing her best to leave the past behind. When she receives a letter from a World War II vet claiming to have served with her grandfather who went missing in action, Riley is once again pulled into the intrigue that tore her family apart and led to the disappearance of her former search partner—and the love of her life.
Armed with the secret code her grandfather left behind, Riley must head to the Philippines to hunt for a mysterious shipwreck, uncover the truth of Yamashita’s gold, and find the answers to old questions about her own family.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.30(d)|
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How many times have you been thinking of someone, and then they call? This very thing has happened to me many times, which causes me to believe thought waves do travel.Isn’t it the truth: All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing?It is also the truth that most ninety-year-olds aren’t reading blogs. If I live to be ninety-years-old, I hope I am able to see without a magnifying glass, but I doubt I will be reading blogs.I can surely relate to a ship being sunk by the Japanese in 1945 - as my pop was a sailor in WWII on a battleship. I have a high respect for the crew of any fighting ship. The author did a great job in keeping my interest, and I am honestly a little on the picky side when it comes to reading.“Dragon’s Triangle” is a work of fiction but, Christine Kling depicts a real submarine that was part of a wolf pack hunting the enemy. It is true that the remains of the USS Bonefish have never been found. I believe anyway we can keep the memories alive of the people who fought for our freedom or those who continue to fight for our freedom is a worthy cause and worth taking the time to read. Jeannie Walker (Award-Winning Author)