The Price of Eden

The Price of Eden

by John Douglas Gwyn

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Overview

THE PRICE OF EDEN is an entertaining blend of action, adventure and intrigue.

Equico, a charitable organisation operating in northern Ecuador is plagued by theft, sabotage and ultimately murder. A work camp is attacked and all present are killed. Among the victims is a young Red Cross nurse.

This act of the beast draws many others to the region. They include a Colonel of the Ecuadoran Army, a retired SAS Captain, a pretty opal dealer from Lightning Ridge and a former soldier, now struggling farmer, from Gloucestershire.

They are all on a mission but now another beast also lurks in the shadows. It must be patient, play the game, tread softly among men but is barely contained and soon its time must surely come.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781925595826
Publisher: Moshpit Publishing
Publication date: 04/20/2017
Pages: 268
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)

About the Author

If you're looking for a bright, young, highly polished author then I'm afraid we are all out of luck. I am old, irritable and relatively ugly. I've lived most of my life in the bush and I've tried my hand at many different things over the years. Perhaps the most enjoyable, although for me, not very rewarding in the financial sense, was opal mining around Lightning Ridge, in northern New South Wales.
As a young man I'd always enjoyed an entertaining story and in my less lucid moments I'd even contemplated trying to write one. It was many years later, with a little more time on my hands, before I finally made the effort.
My first story, although read by a relatively small number of people, attracted enough favourable comment to encourage a second.
I write primarily to entertain but even a small contribution towards paying the bills would be a much appreciated bonus.

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