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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Thrillers
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Wiley Files
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:290
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781733915106

Storm over Guantanamo

by A.H. Massengill

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Overview
Storm over Guantanamo introduces its readers to a desert paradise where a group of international workers is threatened by a manicial terrorist. In response, Navy, Marine, and CIA operatives race to its defense. Meanwhile, in South Korea, the search continues for a lost child. The Naval Station at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba is affectionately called GTMO. This is the acronym used by the Military Air Command to designate luggage meant for residents of the base. It is pronounced gitmo but should never be written that way. Many thousands of people have lived on the base over the last 75 years, and the majority of us consider it to be a magical place.
Description

The peaceful Caribbean erupts in a whirlwind of coded messages, political fanaticism, and superstition as John Wiley, a dive-master with secrets, plays a deadly game of chess with Iranian and North Korean-sponsored terrorists. Their goal appears to be the release of the detainees held at Guantanamo. Dead bodies floating in the bay, mysterious mala beads, and rumblings in Jamaica's "Cockpit Country" place both the naval base and the island on high alert. A hastily assembled team of quirky intelligence operatives piece together clues from South Korea, Jamaica, and Central Asia. Aided by a diverse group of GTMO residents, the ghostly "jumbies" of Jamaican folklore, and the U.S. Navy, John races to check the enemy. Two women provide vital information. He hates Song Kim of the Seoul Metropolitan Police, but relies on his friend, "The Puzzle Mistress". The two women work together as they provide the GTMO team with clues and secretly search for a missing child. Along the way, John plays tricks on his enemies, hears GTMO tales, and finds the object his heart desires.

About the author
Anna Massengill is the author of three books--Storm over Guantanamo, Dominos of Deception, and Menage of Tricks. She taught English, history, and drama for the Department of Defense Overseas Schools, where her assignments took her to Cuba, Panama, England, Japan, and South Korea. During her years abroad, she polished her storytelling skills. and developed a love for the cultures of the Far East, and the Caribbean. She lives in Lady Lake, Florida.
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