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Steel's Treasure - Nick Auclair
Steel's Treasure
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F4 strafing runs, assassin attacks, the murderous rage of a rebel army commander, pygmy-led jungle death marches – what won’t Steel endure to find the treasure of the infamous General Yamashita, the Tiger of Malay? U.S. Air Force Captain William Steel is on the hunt for billions in gold and... show more
F4 strafing runs, assassin attacks, the murderous rage of a rebel army commander, pygmy-led jungle death marches – what won’t Steel endure to find the treasure of the infamous General Yamashita, the Tiger of Malay? U.S. Air Force Captain William Steel is on the hunt for billions in gold and precious gems. Nothing stands between him and the hidden fortune – except for the rugged Philippine jungle; a psychotic pedophile with a mysterious and murderous vendetta against Steel; sexy bar girls after his cash; one lusty Filipina journalist after his heart; and Steel’s own team, a rag-tag band of Negrito pygmy tribesmen whose legendary tracking skills turn up trouble as often as treasure. Set on and around Clark Air Base in the 1980s, Steel’s Treasure is a thriller adventure, mystery, and work of military historical fiction that weaves Nick Auclair’s experiences as an intelligence officer with firsthand accounts of the war between the New People’s Army and the American-backed Marcos regime. Follow Steel as he risks his career, his freedom, and ultimately his life to uncover the legendary plunder of WWII General Yamashita, the Tiger of Malay.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780989173605 (0989173607)
Publisher: On the Fence Writers
Pages no: 374
Edition language: English
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Interesting how the author has created a main character with the all the ingredients to be perfect and yet he isn't. Ruled by his biological functions and inability to say no to a pretty face Steel turns out to be just a typical man. I admit the intent to do good is there but pesky little things lik...
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