Nea Makri

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Fiction - 632 pages
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Sequel to Apollo Rises: ". . . Sometimes fast and action packed; sometimes slow, earthy, and sultry . . ." ". . . Drama, adventure, and espionage at a small U.S. Navy installation on Greece's Aegean coast . . ." ". . . At first glance, this small U.S. Navy installation appears to be paradise shore duty . . ." Partner with Petty Officer Rigney Page as he travels to Greece and investigates a master chief suspected of espionage. Pant and yearn with Rigney Page as he lusts after the commanding officer's niece. Experience Rigney's frustration as the commanding officer plots against him. Feel exhilaration when Rigney rescues damsels in distress, terminates the bad guys, and once again saves the world from communist domination. Author signed copies available via:- Direct from author (best value): PayPal: Contact author for PayPal details ( )- (limited offer): search for Seller: Michael R. Ellis Reader reviews in Free Preview section.

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Michael Ellis served in the U.S. Navy and retired after a twenty-year career. After the navy, Michael worked as a defense contractor, teacher, and Information Technology consultant. During 2005, he served in Iraq as a defense contractor. Now, Michael and his wife, Linda, make their home in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nea Makri is Michael's second book in the Rigney Page Adventure Series. Michael requests that comments regarding his books be sent to Other Books by Michael R. Ellis: Apollo Rises - During the Cold War, Naval Intelligence recruits a young and unconventional sailor to hunt down an American traitor aboard a navy cruiser. During his exciting journey, he discovers the a side of the U.S. Navy not described in recruiting posters. This novel is the first of the Rigney Page Adventure Series. Chief Page - During the Cold War, Chief Page encounters danger and adventure from the Philippines to the northern coast of Scotland. This adventure unfolds against the aftermath of the tumultuous Admiral Zumwalt years and the aftermath of the divisive Vietnam War. While the U.S. military downsizes, the Soviets and the Chinese continue to expand their military forces and plan the destruction of Western Civilization. Chief Page commits to fighting the evil that threatens the American way of life, even at the risk of his navy career. This novel is the third in the Rigney Page Adventure Series.

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