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Pirates, Scoundrels, and Saints: Paraiso

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    T. Grant Acker (Author)

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As time passed, the men and women felt the deaths, piracy, danger, and evil fall further and further behind them. The moments became the running across the sea underneath the moon and stars through the warm, moist night air and the land still distant. They were a group of thieves and drug runners and their associates. But also, they were just men and women. Modern day pirates and their associates push life to the limit as they fight for money, power and love. Set in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, Colombia, and in the unpredictable waters of the Caribbean Sea, this high-adventure novel portrays the corruption, smuggling, and human motivation in the world of pirates, scoundrels and saints. The common thread in the riveting cast of characters is the capacity to continuously tempt fate, while experiencing loss, love, and acceptance. With adventures over the sea, under the sea, and in the air, the twists and turns of their lives will open your eyes---and your heart. This tale is for anyone who has dreamed of being a pirate, pirate princess, or outlaw or perhaps still is one. 'T. Grant Acker dares us to see the other side of life---a life that only one with his experience can reveal. Pirates, Scoundrels, and Saints: Paraiso is a well-crafted, powerful novel that leaves the reader looking at the modern world of pirating from the inside. The characters in the story get into our blood, pulling us into their needs and desires. We are left understanding them as passionate and complex. You will not be able to turn the pages fast enough.' ---Richard Heller, Sculptor and author of Blueprints 'Many of the characters and places in Pirates, Scoundrels, and Saints brought back memories of living a life of high adventure for almost twenty years in the Caribbean. I was a pilot, operated boats similar to the ones used by the pirates in the book, and made the long crossings, just as the author accurately describes. The scenes and characters depicted in this action-packed novel are true to life.' ---D.H., Convicted smuggler of contraband
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  • PDF | 342 pages
  • T. Grant Acker (Author)
  • Tate Publishing (14 July 2015)
  • English
  • 2
  • Fiction

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