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About Malcolm Torres
If you like adventure, crime, science fiction and horror set aboard ships at sea and in ports of call, then you'll like Malcolm Torres.
After serving in the Navy he went to college in Boulder, Colorado where he read novels and wrote stories. Over the years he's paid the bills by working as a cook, a teacher and a project manager.
Malcolm's writing has appeared in the Viking Monthly, the Colorado Daily and High Times. He is a scuba diver, a sailor of small boats, a mountain bike rider, a downhill skier and a golf addict. He lives in the forest outside Portland, Oregon.
Connect with Malcolm on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Blogger @seastoriesandsciencefiction.
For old time and original stories, try the Sea Stories and Science Fiction Podcast available on all podcast apps and websites.
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As a teenager growing up in Los Angeles, he was arrested for stealing a car, but a lenient judge allowed him to avoid probation if he agreed to join the Coast Guard.
On his first assignment after boot camp, Jack is aboard a ship patrolling the Caribbean for smugglers. He knows he has an opportunity to turn his life around. But, when he discovers easy access to large quantities of seized contraband, Jack starts playing a dangerous game on both sides of the law. Quickly he finds himself torn between easy illegal money and a new found loyalty to his ship, her crew and their captain. Oh, and his girlfriend Wendy from back in LA -- she has news for Jack that he is struggling to believe.
"This story turns everything you ever thought about law enforcement upside down and inside out. It's totally believable but probably not for those who like their good guys good and their bad guys bad. At one point or another I was either hating or loving the main character but it didn't really matter because I was reading as fast as I could to find out what would happen next." Amazon Review
Bodies have turned up missing from the morgue and several jets have been sabotaged on the flight deck.
Can first-responder Kate Conrad and deckhand Terrance McDaniels figure out what's wrong before the ship crosses the Golden Line? And if they do, will their superior officers listen to them and prevent a disaster at sea?