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Night Sweats: How Moral Philosophy Failed:The Max Brown Tetralogy (+1) #5

Night Sweats: How Moral Philosophy Failed:The Max Brown Tetralogy (+1) #5

by Michael Bernhart


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In this, the final volume in the Max Brown Tetralogy (+1), Sally and Max Brown encounter the inconveniences that accompany advancing age: declining health, concern over diminished appeal, a loss of optimism - and sometimes hope. These challenges pale, however, when they go in pursuit of the most ruthless and unprincipled criminals on earth: recruiters and surgeons who harvest and sell human organs. Set against the backdrop of honor crimes against women, Sally and Max fight to stay alive and protect the victims of honor crimes from further attack.

The action takes place in Switzerland and Jordan. Sally, for the first time in the series, is a co-narrator.

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ISBN-13: 9781735247809
Publisher: Hough Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 06/14/2019
Series: The Max Brown Tetralogy (+1) , #5
Pages: 306
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

Michael Bernhart is an award winning author who has published extensively on international development and pub-lic health. His credentials for this writ-ten outpouring are a PhD from MIT and four decades of international work – currently 50 countries and counting.

The journey from writing funding proposals to writing pure fiction was short and easy. The result is the Max Brown Tetralogy (+1) which traces the arc of a man who earnestly tries to avoid trouble, but whose own behavior – or events – repeatedly drops him into it.

Dr. Bernhart started this project before the internet could serve up virtual ex-periences to authors. The contextual information and situations come from service as a pilot in the USAF, living in Asia, Europe and Latin America, surviving the occasional assassination attempt, and inexplicable success at snaring women well out of his league. These similarities with the main character noted, he insists the work is not autobiographical. It’s wish fulfillment.

Bernhart lives in a yurt on a mountaintop in northern Georgia with one ex-wife, two daughters, and three cats. He still flies his vintage plane, more cautiously than before, yet is firm in his conviction he’s God’s Gift to Aviation.

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