Saving Paradise

Saving Paradise

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"When a beautiful journalist drowns mysteriously off Waikiki, Special Forces veteran Pono Hawkins, now a well-known surfer and international correspondent for surfing magazines, soon gets embroiled in trying to find why she died. What he learns quickly makes him a target for murder or life in prison as a cabal of powerful corporations, foreign killers and crooked politicians places the blame on him. Haunted my memories of Afghanistan, and determined to protect the Hawaii he loves from dirty politics tied to huge destructive energy developments, Pono turns to Special Forces buddies and his own covert skills to fight his deadly enemies, trying both to save himself and find her killers"--Page [4] of cover.
Publisher: Weston, CT : Mandevilla Press, [date of publication not identified].
Copyright Date: ©2012.
ISBN: 9781627040013
Branch Call Number: BOND
Characteristics: 290 pages : map, ; 23 cm.


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Jan 30, 2014

Great thriller! And extremely current! I enjoy environmental thrillers and I have to say that many of the concerns I've thought of with wind power come up in this book - solar all the way!!! But the most relevant axiom about this story is very, very true: corporations are NOT people! CORPORATIONS + POLITICIANS = CORRUPTION + POLLUTION + WAR + DISEASE/DEATH. Evidence given by Bush, Haliburton and Iraq, Freedom Industries in West Virginia, BP in the Gulf, ex-Gov. Bob McDonnell of Virginia and the list goes on perpetually. I'm sure links can be found to Obama someplace too - I'm not excusing the Dems... Still this was an exciting book!

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