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Dukkha—Unloaded: A Sam Reeves Martial Arts Thriller

by Loren W. Christensen

Detective Sam Reeves is barely seated in a cab when he learns that during his two-week trip in Southeast Asia, hate crimes have rocked his city of Portland, including one very brutal lynching.

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Paperback: 544 pages
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7.98 × 5.22 × 1.25 in
ISBN: 9781594392832

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June 1, 2014
Paperback: 544 pages
Dimensions: 
7.98 × 5.22 × 1.25 in
ISBN: 9781594392832
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Detective Sam Reeves is barely seated in a cab when he learns that during his two-week trip in Southeast Asia, hate crimes have rocked his city of Portland, including one very brutal lynching. As the crimes continue, thousands of fearful protestors march the streets, clashing with police and demanding more be done to put an end to the escalating violence!

Reassigned to the Intelligence Unit following his “bad shoot” several months ago, Sam is quickly consumed day and night, trying to deal with his city’s horrors. When he finally gets some leads, he realizes that there’s one big problem. While the bad guys pack bats, knives, and rifles, Sam has a crippling fear about carrying a loaded gun!

One thing is for sure: Sam is about to confront violent haters—and his personal demons—in a showdown that will shake the very foundation of his city.

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USA Best Books Award - Finalist - 2014

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About the Author

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 »