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Marketing guru Dean Dubose travels to the remote mountains of Haiti to investigate a local project that could help combat world hunger. Instead, he stumbles upon a criminal operation funneled through a respected orphanage. Against company orders -- and his instinct for survival -- Dean digs deeper. Amid the sweltering heat and the threats to his life, Dean falls for a headstrong and charismatic social worker whose allure leads to dangers of its own. Together, they are drawn into a shadow world that forces them to confront the past in order to salvage their future. From the author of "The Five Lost Days" and "Video Verite & Other Stories."
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About the Author
William Petrick is the author of The Five Lost Days and Video Vérité. His short fiction has appeared in a variety of literary journals, including Confrontation, Worcester Review, Palo Alto Review, and Quercus Review. He is an Emmy award-winning producer and writer of documentaries for National Geographic, Discovery, ABC, NBC and Bill Moyers, among others. He also served as a Press Officer for the United Nations in New York.