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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Thrillers
  • Language:English
  • Pages:254
  • eBook ISBN:9781618426239

Murder on the Naval Base

by Behcet Kaya View author's profile page

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Overview
In Murder on the Naval Base a young navy lieutenant, from humble beginnings and a burning desire to better himself, is falsely accused with the murder of his wife and former best friend.
Description
Beginning with a blurry account of a cold-blooded shooting of a couple, singled out while having dinner at an Officer’s Club, the prime suspect is apprehended hours later while apparently attempting to flee the state. With over a dozen eye-witnesses collaborating the incident, little was left in the puzzle for the military investigators to piece together; especially once it was determined the two victims were in fact the perpetrator’s wife and the man she was having an on-going affair with. After the shocking beginning of the novel, the reader in taken on a journey throughout the life and career of the characters while interlacing the technical jargon and vernacular of naval flight training and the nuances of the military lifestyle. Combined with a steamy undercurrent of lust, love, sexual fulfillment, jealousy and primordial desires of the cast of characters, the human condition of married life versus the structure and demands of military careers are juxtaposed against the strength and will of personal upbringing and ethical behavior.
About the author
Author Behcet Kaya was born in northeastern Turkey. Growing up in a small village with long held traditions, his rebellious nature emerged at an early age. By the time he was ten, he had read, in secret, all of the Trukish translated stories of Mike Hammer. In addition, he read several of Dale Carage's works, and all of Yashar Kemal's novels. His world burst out beyond that of his small village and he yearned for a more Western way of life. While studying at Hatfield Polytechnic in London, Behcet made his first visit to the U.S. as an exchange student with the Brithish Universities North American Club. He made the move to the U.S. in 1976 and became a U.S. citizen in 1985. While living in Atlanta, Georgia he followed his creative yearnings, attending the Alliance Theatre School and studying at the SAG Conservatory of Georgia, earning his SAG card. In 1994 Kaya and his wife moved to Los Angeles, where he continued his studies and begain his writing career. His first novel, Voice of Conscience, was published in 2007 and re-released in 2009 and has been well received. Murder on the Naval Base is his second novel and he is currently working on a sequel to Voice of Conscience and another murder mystery.
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