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by Martin Robert Grossman


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After fleeing the vindictive communist government of Vietnam in the mass exodus of 1975, the Phan family moves to America. They become naturalized citizens and relocate to Seabrook, Texas, where they once again take up fishing for a living. But the local fishermen do not take kindly to the new outside competition. Fueled by anti-immigrant racism, a series of grisly murders take place, with the ace of spades death card marking each victim. Will the clues lead back to vengeful Vietnam-era soldiers who hate the “dinks” above all else, or is something else causing havoc?

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ISBN-13: 9781633937147
Publisher: Koehler Books
Publication date: 05/10/2019
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Martin Robert Grossman is the author of three best-selling children's books, Oscar the Otter, The Pigs of Lake Hood, and Totems of Seldovia. In 2017 his passion for adult military fiction was realized with the publication of Club Saigon. His books have received stirring reviews in the local media in his hometown of Anchorage, and throughout, Alaska. He has been a featured writer at the Alaska Writers Conference and has been author in residence at many lodges and libraries statewide. Recently he has been the featured author in The Rock magazine. He has written articles and served as a war correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, and the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. During the Vietnam War he served with the elite 5th Special Forces (Green Berets) of the United States Army.

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