Greed, murder, betrayal, terrorism, drug trafficking and good old-fashioned treachery, make for an exciting, fast-paced adventure story set in the Golden Triangle. It’s simply all the nasty stuff which brightens our otherwise dull lives, making them interesting and worth living.
A vendetta is being played out between two archenemies who’ve vowed to kill one another without mercy or remorse. Bad blood didn’t begin to describe the animosity between them and one was destined to die a horrible, painful death at the other’s hands.
Retired special agent Dick Avery heads to the Triangle to capture or kill his nemesis Kris Amar and end the blood feud once and for all. Either outcome would do, but he much preferred killing the bastard to bring things to a swift conclusion. He thought Amar wasn’t worth the government’s time or money to prosecute and incarcerate. In other words, why waste the powder to blow him to hell?
Amar is a ruthless, cunning adversary who escaped both justice, and Dick, while in his native India. He’s now smuggling drugs to support his brethren fighting the holy war in the Middle East and elsewhere in the name of Islam. Nothing will stop him in his self-righteous crusade to defeat the heathen Americans and their sycophant lackeys.
For Dick, the animus runs much deeper, more personal than a geopolitical or religious struggle for hearts and minds. Amar has tried to kill him several times before and, fortunately for Dick, was unsuccessful. Not surprisingly, he has no sense of humor when his life and Uncle Sam’s honor were being threatened by a drug dealing, Islamic terrorist bent on jihad.
Please stay tuned to Dick Avery’s adventures as he travels the world for the State Department’s Diplomatic Security Service; upholding truth, justice and the American way.
Dick Avery is a Northern Illinois University grad with a BA in English. He got started in the investigative and security biz at a young age as a private investigator in Chicago and later moved up the career ladder and retired as the Director of Investigations for the U.S. State Department's Diplomatic Security Service. His many foreign assignments around the globe provide much of the material for his books.