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FREE today and tomorrow The Green Berets: Chasing the Lost

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Offline Bob Mayer
22 Jan 2020, 02:08 PM | Post: #1

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Chasing the Lost
A Kidnapped boy. Extortion. The Russian Mob. And two former Green Berets. Nothing is ever as it appears. 

Horace Chase arrives on Hilton Head Island to pay his last respects at the Intracoastal Waterway where his late mother’s ashes were spread and to inspect the home his mother left him in her will. He’s been recently forced into retirement, his divorce is officially final, and now he’s standing in the middle of the front yard of his ‘new’ house where a tree has crashed right through the center of it. 

What could possibly go wrong? 

Within six hours of arriving on Hilton Head, Chase is exchanging gunfire with men who’ve kidnapped a young boy and tried to grab the boy’s mother. Soon he’s waist deep in an extortion plot to funnel a hundred million dollars of Superbowl on-line gambling money into an offshore bank account or else the boy dies. 

Dave Riley has long retired from the military and living peacefully on sleepy Dafuskie Island off the coast of South Carolina. Sort of. Actually he’s bored, feeling old, and just a bit cranky running his deceased uncle’s small-time bookie operation. 

Chase and Riley assemble a team of misfits and eccentrics as they take on the powerful Russian mob in the lawless tidal lands of the Low Country to get the boy back. 

It adds up to a fiery confrontation to rescue the young boy, and settle some old scores. 

But Riley and Chase need to remember a basic tenet from their days in covert operations: Nothing is ever as it appears
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Offline Bob Mayer
17 Jun 2020, 05:26 PM | Post: #2

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Chasing the Lost
A Kidnapped boy. Extortion. The Russian Mob. And two former Green Berets. Nothing is ever as it appears. 

Horace Chase arrives on Hilton Head Island to pay his last respects at the Intracoastal Waterway where his late mother’s ashes were spread and to inspect the home his mother left him in her will. He’s been recently forced into retirement, his divorce is officially final, and now he’s standing in the middle of the front yard of his ‘new’ house where a tree has crashed right through the center of it. 

What could possibly go wrong? 

Within six hours of arriving on Hilton Head, Chase is exchanging gunfire with men who’ve kidnapped a young boy and tried to grab the boy’s mother. Soon he’s waist deep in an extortion plot to funnel a hundred million dollars of Superbowl on-line gambling money into an offshore bank account or else the boy dies. 

Dave Riley has long retired from the military and living peacefully on sleepy Dafuskie Island off the coast of South Carolina. Sort of. Actually he’s bored, feeling old, and just a bit cranky running his deceased uncle’s small-time bookie operation. 

Chase and Riley assemble a team of misfits and eccentrics as they take on the powerful Russian mob in the lawless tidal lands of the Low Country to get the boy back. 

It adds up to a fiery confrontation to rescue the young boy, and settle some old scores. 

But Riley and Chase need to remember a basic tenet from their days in covert operations: Nothing is ever as it appears
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