Caribbean Sentinel

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Tate Publishing, May 1, 2012 - Fiction - 204 pages
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When ex-Navy SEAL Chuck Graham decides to go to Jamaica for a scuba-diving holiday, he stumbles into a plot that has been developing since 1945. Someone ransacks his hotel room, searches his aircraft, and steals his weapons cache. Graham is even attacked while scuba diving. He barely escapes with his life before being rescued by the German-speaking crew of a large yacht. Just before he loses consciousness he sees the words Caribbean Sentinel painted on the yacht's transom.
Things grow more complicated for Graham when he reunites with Kerri Epperson, his former girlfriend, and the men who have pursued Graham turn their attention to Kerri. To rescue Kerri and uncover the thugs' motives, Graham must call on all the skills he learned as a Navy SEAL. But he can't do it alone. He must learn everything there is to know about his enemies, himself, and the one man who can help him: the Caribbean Sentinel.
 

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Contents

Chapter One
5
Chapter Two
15
Chapter Three
19
Chapter Four
25
Chapter Five
37
Chapter Six
41
Chapter Seven
45
Chapter Eight
47
Chapter TwentyOne
105
Chapter TwentyTwo
113
Chapter TwentyThree
115
Chapter TwentyFour
119
Chapter TwentyFive
123
Chapter TwentySix
133
Chapter TwentySeven
139
Chapter TwentyEight
143

Chapter Nine
51
Chapter Ten
55
Chapter Eleven
61
Chapter Twelve
63
Chapter Thirteen
67
Chapter Fourteen
71
Chapter Fifteen
77
Chapter Sixteen
79
Chapter Seventeen
89
Chapter Eighteen
93
Chapter Nineteen
97
Chapter Twenty
99
Chapter TwentyNine
147
Chapter Thirty
151
Chapter ThirtyOne
155
Chapter ThirtyTwo
159
Chapter ThirtyThree
165
Chapter ThirtyFour
169
Chapter ThirtyFive
177
Chapter ThirtySix
181
Chapter ThirtySeven
191
Epilogue
199
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