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Book Review: Beneath a Panamanian Moon

Reviewed By: Pat Reid - RAM

[5 stars]

Beneath a Panamanian Moon     Amazon US HC Amazon UK HC Amazon Canada HC
David Terrenoire
Class/Genre:   Mystery   Thriller   Adventure   Humorous
Thomas Dunne Books, An Imprint of St.Martinís Press, 2005, 277 pps.

John Harper, is retired from the military and is enjoying spending his days practicing his occupation as a piano player. When the government needed a spy that played the piano Harper was recruited and sent to Panama to play at a New Yearís Eve party. It was soon evident that the resort hotel was a cover for other activities.

Harper immediately is thrown into the thick of things and bullets fly. He has narrow escapes and is assisted by a couple of buddies and the two girls he has met in Panama. One is a very beautiful bar girl and the other is the daughter of a Colonel. Both women are very interesting characters and ones you will like I am sure.

In spite of all the danger and espionage, breaking and entering, there are many humorous scenes. Harperís first ride into town is in a vehicle where the driver sits on a kitchen chair and his buddy sits behind him and holds the chair steady.

It is my hope that we will see more John Harper books in the future.

Pat Reid - RAM

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