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Based on a True Story by Zachary Hudson
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Based on a True Story

by Zachary Hudson

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When teen rock star Dana Peterson is abducted onstage by men dressed in aprons and body paint, Jack Knudsen, FBI, is assigned to the case. His search for Dana leads him to the local Happy-Mart, where he uncovers an insidious plot connected to the recent theft of a mysterious artifact recently stolen from a jungle island. The artifact could save a native tribe from an impending land deal, but Jack soon learns that the artifact has much bigger implications. Teaming up along the way with a violin player, a computer hacker, a truck driver, an anthropologist and a transvestite bounty hunter, Jack endeavors to rescue the artifact and save the world from the insidious forces of Happy-Mart. Very well written, the book deals with the timeless issue of one man overcoming a steep challenge by turning his stumbling blocks into stepping stones.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:28 -0400)

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