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Length: 502 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Loving sushi becomes deadly when an ancient Kobe dynasty unleashes a gambit to control Japan's seafood imports.

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How many friends have to die in bizarre accidents before realizing that your foreign trade is the cause?  
Seth Tinsley scrambles to survive when his Hatteras Island exports attract a Japanese dynasty implementing a lethal scheme to reclaim the core of their cultural heritage - their cuisine. As he grasps that he is the prey of an inscrutable faction unleashing a deadly gambit to control Japan's sixty billion dollar seafood industry, Seth finally accepts that business is war.


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  • File Size: 1376 KB
  • Print Length: 502 pages
  • Publication Date: March 25, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0052LH4UQ
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Randall Boleyn - Writing as a Reader.
When those first few novels transported Randall into the intrigue of other cultures and the complexity of foreign lands, his life changed forever. He wanted to experience those kinds of adventures and ended up traveling the world doing international business while living his own bizarre experiences. Realizing he wanted to create the same kind of stories he loved to read, Randall coaxed the Muse by writing, studying and learning the craft. After years of toiling with the words, the stories suddenly just seemed to happen. It was startling! It was the same joy and surprise he had relished as a reader in guessing how a plot might unfold affecting the characters' lives. He now writes with the eye and passion of creating that next great story like he would want to read.
Randall now lives in the hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and is focused on completing the Powers Meant for Gods trilogy to publish by December 2014

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R. Bowling, author, infuses the activity within a rural, south Atlantic fishing industry with that within the culture emanating from the Japanese gastromical desires for the perfect fish. The author spices the text with romance, greed, sophistication and violence resulting in a provacative text that reads quickly. Also the reader's gain is not only entertainment but trivial facts that will embelish his memory store.
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I was pleasantly surprised with this book. It was well-written and has a nice plot. I paid nothing for this book, but would have still been really happy with it had I actually paid for it. I'm going to check out other works by this author. I definitely recommend that you check this one out.
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Seth Tinsley has a serious problem. Wherever and why ever he travels, people end up dead: friends, acquaintances, business partners, foes, even innocent bystanders thrown in as collateral damage.
Tinsley has formulated a process that allows him to deliver his product better than any other competitor. But that's not all that makes him a marked man. A fanatical cult-like group is out to corner the market of the business he deals in.
Played out much like a good episode of Perry Mason, Not Raw Enough keeps the reader guessing. Time and again, just when the pieces seems to finally come together and solve the mystery, author Bowling throws another curve ball by introducing an unsuspected twist until the once simple conspiracy becomes much too sinister and international in scope.
Not sure if the author intended it, but he offers quite an education with detailed descriptions of the international fish trade, shipping methods, and Japanese history and culture, which helped to keep the tale interesting.

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