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Lost Key

Lost Key

by J. M. Taylor

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Lost Key begins with Corporal Harry Parker dropped into Cuba to fight Castro with the ill-fated counter-revolutionaries, then takes a much more experienced and retired Army Colonel Harry Parker from his Washington DIA office to revisit the seamy side of Tampa's Ybor City, drawn into the middle of a drugs-for-arms transaction. Not just guns, this time the stakes are higher - his family is in jeopardy, a nuclear weapon stolen by fanatical terrorists, the beginning of a wild ride across today's South Florida and the Florida Keys where romance with a member of the Conch Republic threatens to sidetrack his mission.

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BN ID: 2940011184475
Publisher: J. M. Taylor
Publication date: 01/28/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 418 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

J. M. Taylor is the author of the award-winning south Florida thrillers, GULF WINDS and LOST KEY, the international thriller DESERT WINDS and the WWII historical novel trilogywhich follkow the 101st Airborne Screaming Eagles from Normandy to Bastogne: MISSING STICKS, ONE STICK AND A WACO and SNOW STICKS. Combining his experiences as a paratrooper, nuclear weapons specialist and operations research analyst with travels in the Far and Middle East, Europe and the States, he packs a ton of adventure into action-filled page-turners. GULF WINDS introduced Homosassa fishing guide and Iraq combat veteran Uly Grant to bribery, terrorism and romance on Florida’s Gulf coast along with Uly’s trusted companion, Flash the retired greyhound. The STICK Trilogy features Max, the German Shepherd, a brave and true friend of the Screaming Eagles, along with a Redtail pilot and a medevac nurse. Taylor originally was published with a small press and was a pioneer in independent publishing.

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