Easy Duty

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iUniverse, Jul 21, 2008 - Fiction
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In the volatile world of Vietnam in the 1960's, fortunes are made in supplying military cargo-and stealing it. The U.S. military hires a young executive freight specialist, Michael Hale, to discover who is robbing the government of millions in cargo. But since the last three inspectors ended up disappearing, Hale isn't sure he wants to take on the job, even though it's supposed to be an "easy duty."

Hale follows the trail into Southeast Asia to try and pinpoint the leaders of the organization bilking the government. Someone wants him dead, so Hale must stay one step ahead of those trying to kill him. A chance meeting with a beautiful nurse, Sandy Morgan, only complicates things. Not only does she jeopardize his mission, she also threatens his heart.

Hale does have one thing going for him-Frank Newsom, the most lethal officer in the U.S. Army. He becomes Hale's guardian angel and makes sure Hale survives long enough to uncover the criminals responsible. But as tension mounts, Hale finds himself doing the unthinkable just to stay alive. And even then, it might not be enough.

"Easy Duty" takes you on an action-packed thrill ride through Southeast Asia and one man's quest to stop the unstoppable.

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