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Dukkha—Reverb: A Sam Reeves Martial Arts Thriller

by Loren W. Christensen

If you’re going to fight bad guys, you might as well make them really mad at you!

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Paperback: 514 pages
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ISBN: 9781594392634

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Paperback: 514 pages
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ISBN: 9781594392634

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If you're going to fight bad guys, you might as well make them really mad at you!

A few weeks ago, I had a good life—I was a respected Portland police detective and successful martial arts instructor. Then I shot somebody—then I shot two more people. It changed everything. Into this chaos stepped a man and an enchanting Vietnamese woman. Turns out he's my father who I thought was dead, and she's—wow. We got to know each over coffee and, oh yeah, fighting for our lives against Vietnamese gangsters seeking revenge against my father. What a week, glad it's over.

A restful trip abroad, to get acquainted with my 'new' father and the beautiful Mai, sounds like a good idea. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, here I come!

What I didn't expect, in this exotic city, was Lai Van Tan, the crazed mob boss and sex trafficker, still raging against my family for an imagined wrong—now he wants me too. With the aid of some unique Vietnamese War veterans, each with a deadly set of skills, the fight is on. My hope for a restful visit is deteriorating fast.

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Loren W. Christensen

Loren W. Christensen began his law enforcement career in 1967. He started as a 21-year-old military policeman in the U.S. Army, serving stateside and as a patrolman in Saigon, Vietnam, during the war. At 26, he joined the Portland, Oregon Police Bureau working various jobs to include street patrol, gang enforcement, intelligence, bodyguarding, and academy trainer, retiring after 25 years. In 1997, Loren began a full-time career as a writer, now with nearly 60 books in print with seven publishers … More »