Jacky

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Trafford Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 436 pages
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In life, people are brought together under a variety of circumstances-some intentionally and some by chance. It is 1951 when Jacky, a beautiful ex-commando sergeant with the kind of body men dream about on a regular basis, is teamed up with three young men to conduct a special mission. As Bill, Eric, Arch, and Jacky board a yacht to begin their operation, each has no idea they are all about to become heroes. The schooner, commanded by a three-star admiral, sets sail to find a missing plane that may uncover evidence of World War II traitors who have evaded justice-until now. After the traitors are captured and turned over to the FBI, the yacht continues to Chicago, where Jacky is summoned by Scotland Yard to find four kidnapped girls-three of them daughters of members of Parliament. Jacky is in her element-she knows the kidnapper. As she and the men head for Ireland, their mission to capture the leader and find the girls leads them straight into the midst of a prostitution ring. Against all odds, Jacky must prove to everyone around her that no matter what, she will always find a way to defeat her opponents.

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About the author (2011)

Ed Iversenhas led a full life. He served in the army in Korea; rode motorcycles; enjoyed scuba diving; rebuilt, sailed, and sunk a seventy three-foot schooner; and built a forty-three-foot steel ketch. Now retired in Illinois, he creates both large and small metal sculptures. This is his first book.

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