Lucky Seven Goes Hawaiian: PIs Hawaiian Style

Lucky Seven Goes Hawaiian: PIs Hawaiian Style

by Stanley Cook, Frances Kalaukoa


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Gregory Lucky Blake born on 7/7/77 at 7AM was working for the LAPD where he met Pualani Kanai. After a falling out with the LAPD they move to Honolulu, Hawaii where they set themselves up as Private Investigators with expertice in combating the small business protection scams.
This is a great story of live in Hawaii both in the criminal aspect but as Pua and her local family teach Lucky the ways and customs of Hawaii. Local people in Hawaii will find this book fun to follow along with and future visitors will find it educational and even learn a little Hawaiian language and saying.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988812659
Publisher: Stan Cook
Publication date: 02/25/2013
Pages: 372
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.77(d)

About the Author

Stan Cook born in Ashland, OR and schooled in Beaverton entered the US Navy Submarine service in 1959. He was stationed in Pearl Harbor seeing service in Vietnam and many cold war submarine patrols. He retired with 22 years military service. He worked in radio and TV prior to joining the Honolulu Police Department where he retired again in 1999. In retirement he designs and host website and is the author of 1920, Shots Fired, Officer Down.
Frances Cook King Kalaukao (1916 -1998) Was a graduate of the University of Oregon. She was a Justice of the Peace in Beaverton, Oregon, founder of the Safe Teen driving program and wrote the Dinning Out column in the Honolulu Advertiser for years. As part of her retirement she wrote two manuscripts that she never managed to get published in remote Hawaii. Fifteen years after her death these two great stories were recovered and are being published by her son, Stan Cook.

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