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  • Military Thriller

    In the first book of a new series by Lori Matthews, we're schooled on exactly what the Coast Guard does! They have an elite maritime counterterrorism unit and our hero, Nick Taggert, was one. Unfortunately he's been injured and is now 'sitting on the beach' in Panama with other wounded soldiers from various branches of the military, doing deskwork that is killing their souls. Carolina Alvarez, the doctor who did surgery on Nick in Yemen, and saved his life, is also who he blames for his lack of ability to get back into 'real' action. She has been contacted by a former employer to help a native tribe in Central America that is dying due to a genetically modified mosquito. She wants to say no, but when her former employer is critically injured, she finds she can't say no to helping. Drug lords, the possibility of saving an indigenous tribe from extinction, Coast Guard duties we didn't even know existed, Doctors without Borders, injured warriors from all branches of the military working together, pharmaceutical companies with no ethical compass, and corrupt politicians. This book has it all. I've been a fan of Ms. Matthews since her first books. Her writing style is very readable and you can tell she has done her homework on all facets of the information she writes about. I can't wait to read the next book in this series!!

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