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Xlibris Corporation, Sep 17, 2012 - Fiction - 687 pages
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This is a story for the Baby Boom generation and for their

progeny as well. This is a tale for anyone who has wistfully dreamed

of personal fulfillment.

For those who contemplate the shedding of the shackles of conformity,

of repetitive task completion, of living to satisfy the expectations of

others, Michael Campbell is a man well worth meeting.

Michael defi nes his own, Castle in Spain, his statement of individual

dream fulfillment and he works tirelessly to achieve it. Michaels

singular focus becomes a beacon to others. Some raft together with

him to his immense benefit while others become steadfast in their

attempts to sink him.

Capistrano, a club for gentlemen in the heart of Metro Manila, rises

to become the premier night spot in a city famous for its ability to

gratify the nocturnal, nefarious desires of those who enjoy the embrace

of business success.

And those, as well, in sequined splendor, whose agenda it is to

satisfy those needs, to achieve their own goals.

Capistrano is, in microcosm, South East Asia in the late 1980s. At

once a bastion of sensual overload, it houses the unholy alliance of

those with means and those who trade in their desires.

Capistrano will make you laugh out loud, it will make you cry,

and, in the process make you think about your own present and what

possibilities lie untapped within.


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Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16

Chapter 9

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About the author (2012)

“Merlin T. Williams” is the managing director of a marketing and sales resource fi rm that operates in Canada, the USA as well as in South East Asia. Merlin resides in Toronto, Canada. He is a lover of boats, and in season, when the sails are set, he struggles mightily to make his sloop fi t the water.

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