Item description for Trouble in Trinidad by William Manchee...
It's a few years into the future and there's been a huge discovery of oil in Trinidad-Tobago. The U.S. is sponsoring a Carribean free trade conference in Dallas hoping to gain influence over this vast supply of oil. Kevin Wells, an American high school student, is serving on a ROTC color guard at the conference when he sees a terrorist taking aim at the Prime Minister of Trinidad-Tobago. He has but a few seconds to try to stop the assassination attempt or do nothing. In those few seconds his life and the fate of a nation stand in the balance. If he acts, he may die. If he does nothing others will surely be killed and a democratic government may fall.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.72" Width: 4.98" Height: 2.53" Weight: 1.23 lbs.
Publisher Top Publications
ISBN 1929976135 ISBN13 9781929976133
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More About William Manchee
William Manchee is an attorney by trade and practices law in Dallas with his son Jim. Originally from southern California, he lives now in Plano, Texas with his wife Janet of some 40 years. Manchee first discovered his passion for writing in 1995 and has published a novel every years since then. Tarizon: Conquest Earth is his 15th novel. Along with the Tarizon Trilogy he is the author of the Stan Turner Mysteries inspired by actual cases he has been involved in over the years.
William Manchee currently resides in Plano Dallas Plano Plano Plano, in the state of Texas. William Manchee was born in 1947.
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Trouble in this book Jun 9, 2004
"Trouble in Trinidad" is weak, pulp writing at best. The author shows little depth at developing believable characters, especially the main character, Kevin. The worst part is when the main character seriously encourages his love interest to "just forget" the fact that she was raped--and she agrees that's the best way to deal with the problem. Just block something terrible out of your mind. It'll go away! My girlfriend said it was obvious that a man was the author. "Trouble in Trinidad" gave me hope that I could write a novel!