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Book Title: The Bridge of the Americas: A Jack Sloan Novel|
The author of the book: Larry Seeley
Date of issue: June 19th 2013
ISBN 13: 9781625167910
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 3.74 MB
Edition: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC
Read full description of the books The Bridge of the Americas: A Jack Sloan Novel:A young girl is murdered on a dark highway during the winter of 1995. Fifteen years later, the crime sets in motion a string of events that provoke carnage and mayhem. Jack Sloan and his girlfriend, Darlene, are caught in the middle. It's up to them to find a way out. Readers of other Jack Sloan novels will recognize the geography of the beautiful barrancas and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Much of the action takes place near Flagstaff in and around the ponderosa pine forests that climb to the timberline. When you read The Bridge of the Americas: A Jack Sloan Novel, you will take a dangerous trip through the Southwestern United States, with stops in El Paso and Ciudad Juarez. The drug wars created the story, now Jack Sloan writes the conclusion. Larry Seeley has a special understanding of gambling and risk. He built a small business into the world's largest privately owned training company. He served a stint as CEO of a gaming company that built the first Native casino in Canada, but con artists and crooks swarmed the business, providing a first-hand street education in human nature and chicanery. A U.S. Army veteran with extensive experience in the Middle East, he reads, writes, and speaks fluent Arabic. The author currently resides in the high desert north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. His four children and seven grandchildren live in California and Minnesota. He and his wife, Katie, watch over a small menagerie of dogs, cats, and chickens. He is working on his fourth novel, The Placebo Effect. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/LarrySeeley
Read information about the authorLarry Seeley, author of the award-winning mystery/suspense novel, Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves (April 2010) and new followup, 17 Degrees North (March 2012), is the ex-CEO of the world’s largest privately-owned training company, the former CEO of the gaming firm that built the first Native casino in Maritime Canada, and a former professional blackjack player.
He and his wife, Katie, live twenty miles north of Santa Fe in a high desert valley bounded on the east by the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and on the west by the Jemez range. There they care for several chickens, nine cats, and four dogs on their secluded rancho. Katie is active in finding foster and adoptive homes for lost and abandoned pets. Larry spends his time writing the third novel in the Jack Sloan series, Bridge of the Americas.
An army veteran, Larry speaks, reads and writes fluent Arabic. Among his many vocations, he considers building a Native casino in New Brunswick, Canada among the most educational.
Con artists and swindlers swarmed Native casinos in the early days, and learning to deal with them and discovering whom you could trust and who had a knife at your back gave Seeley a distinct edge in deciphering people—and a decided advantage in character creation and development.
The strength of his writing lies in his characters. Seeley’s protagonist, Jack Sloan, represents all good guys caught in bad situations. He’s tough, but fair, and takes the reader through the agonizing decisions faced by people who must choose between right and wrong, good and evil, and do what is necessary.
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