Book Review: He'll Kill You by L. A. Johnson Jr.categories: Book, Cold War, Fiction, Romance, Love Story, Short Stort, Thriller, Mystery, Fiction, Adventure
Liberty Dendronabout this book: Lafayette is….Liberty Dendron. He was born in Norfolk Virginia. Attended Nofolk State College, and graduated from Adelphi Business School, Glendale University. He lives in Dendron Virginia
He'll Kill You is a dramatic, hair-raising adventure, alive with extraordinary people only L. A. Johnson Jr., can weave into the strange exotic southern state of Virginia and the Caribbean. A colorful suspenseful novel.
Set in Hampton Roads Virginia just after the retreat from Saigon, this exciting spy story tells of two Americans fleeing for their lives into the wild, high country of the Virgin Islands.
Thirty days after Pierce Cordoba married Brittany Newly, he was drafted and went off to war. A sudden assignment of the CIA in the summer of 61 sent him off to write war stories, before Brittany could join him, there, he had vanished. Pierce disappeared completely, with last reports indicating that he had become a spy. Soon after the war was over, Brittany moved to Hampton Virginia, where she eventually found an unfamiliar and much changed Pierce. Shabby, harassed, strangely secretive about his past, She thought he was in trouble.
Filled with striking bits of local color, this tingling escape story depicts the turmoil and tension of a post-war American spy facing the trials of the cold war.
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Tyler's Wise Old TreeI really enjoyed this book even though I am not as young of an adult as the suggested audience. The descriptions, the artwork were very detailed and beautifully written. The story also immediately grabbed my attention and there were some great "what is going to happen next" moments where I could not wait to discover the final outcome. The story is full of adventure, mysticism and the timeless theme of family and friends will stand by you through both triumphant and difficult times. The ending is left open and I cannot wait to see what other books Liberty Dendron writes.
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