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Book Title: The Jumbee's Daughter|
The author of the book: Jonathan M. Ross
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Date of issue: June 14th 2016
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Enter a boiling cauldron of danger, adventure, romance, and a touch of island magic:
- Ex-Army Ranger Mike Stiles, haunted by the loss of a comrade in combat, can’t settle into civilian life. When his best friend asks for help to break up a drug-smuggling ring on St. Thomas, Mike rushes to his aid. Mike figures the danger will do him some good.
- Anika Hegner, of Danish heritage, has Jumbee blood in her veins, straight from the Dark Continent. Since childhood, she has delighted in shape shifting to a black cat and scaring the unwary. Now, as she struggles to reconcile her dual heritage, she discovers the added distraction of a taciturn veteran who insists on camping on her family’s abandoned estate.
- Ambitious, young drug lord Santiago Morales is expanding the family business from Puerto Rico to backwater St. Thomas. Smuggling, fast cars, and beautiful women are his passions. To celebrate his arrival on the island, he plans to romance a certain local girl and kill a nosy ex-soldier.
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Read information about the authorJonathan Ross grew up in St. Thomas, the Mojave Desert, and Cocoa Beach. He remembers St. Thomas from boyhood summer vacations spent exploring the wild bays and mountains of his stepfather's estate, the setting for his novel, "The Jumbee's Daughter." He served in the Navy as an enlisted submariner in the Pacific Ocean and as a commissioned Engineering Duty Officer at Rota, Spain. He was inspired to write "Death in a Carolina Swamp," based on a U-Boat of the same vintage of his submarine. During his career and extensive travel in the US, Europe, and Asia, he was intrigued by the idea of someone who could smell human emotions, from love to loathing, and that idea inspired "The Scent of Death." He speaks fluent Spanish and enough French to order a nice meal and find directions. His passions are writing (eight novels, one non-fiction), music (he plays harmonica, bagpipes, and fiddle), ballroom dancing, and travel. He lives with his wife near Annapolis MD, home of the US Naval Academy. You may contact Jonathan Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org
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