Green Persimmons Rick Bowers

ISBN: 9781413475883

Published: January 1st 2005

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Green Persimmons  by  Rick   Bowers

Green Persimmons by Rick Bowers
January 1st 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: 9781413475883 | 5.29 Mb

Green Persimmons is the account of the impact of a drug bust on a quiet southern backwater. Richard Cloud, Marine Police Officer, finds himself on the trail of friends and neighbors as well as the outsiders he at first assumed were the only ones atMoreGreen Persimmons is the account of the impact of a drug bust on a quiet southern backwater. Richard Cloud, Marine Police Officer, finds himself on the trail of friends and neighbors as well as the outsiders he at first assumed were the only ones at fault. This discovery shatters the calm of his quiet community as well as his own as the implications of what had seemed like a local crime lead him deeply into a sinister network with widely ranging connections outside of Caroline, Alabama, his once tranquil community.

The evidence points to a source in Central America and a plot to finance a revolution there. The story opens in a jungle camp, center for militia training and the export of locally grown marijuana. Don Efrain, a local grower and refugee from South America, realizes in talking to Heinz, the camp commander, that his wild-eyed plans extend beyond the immediate area toward wider a revolutionary aim, and he decides, relluctantly, to re-enter the world of foreign policy and give notice of what he suspects is a far-ranging plot.

Clouud discovers that a house, located at the far end of an inlet to Perdido Bay, sold by a pleasant old German retiree, has the appearance of a new base for drug shipments. Over his supervisor



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