Shadow Tracker

Keith Nelson

Date Published :
October 2007
Publisher :
30 Degrees South Publishers
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Binding. : Paperback
ISBN : 9781920143152
Pages : 580
Dimensions : 9 X 6 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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Kurt Christianson is a natural military strategist and survivor. Independent, unorthodox, resilient and resolute, he displays skills which flout established procedures. His courage and insight whilst in Special Forces in ‘Nam’ unwittingly unravel a traitorous alliance, making him a threat to his superiors and placing his life in mortal danger. This threat, combined with his inability to adjust to civilian life, spurs him to leave his beloved and beautiful Maine coastline and embark on a path of revelation and serendipity. He crews a boat being delivered to the oil fields in West Africa, where he becomes embroiled in covert action and again demonstrates his innate and inspired tactical abilities. A hunted man, his journey leads him to bitter combat in a brutal landscape, tragic loss and to fulfil a San prophecy whilst wrestling with his alter ego - Mad Medic - and his Viking ancestry. The merciless and barbaric slaughter of a little girl and her family by terrorists move him to astonishing, crucial and shocking acts which change the course of a ravaged and savaged country. Kurt is also driven to revenge, a deed which violates his code of ethics and irreversibly affects his destiny. Ultimately, Kurt faces the inescapable and irrefutable knowledge that heroes are human and therefore fallible and that glory, however hard-won and merited, is illusory and hollow. Shadow Tracker, an adrenaline-charged adventure, engages the reader in events which remain unknown to most of the world and leave one breathless.

About The Author

Keith A. Nelson was born in DeKalb, Illinois in 1951. He served in both the US Army Special Forces (Green Berets) and the Rhodesian Light Infantry. Earning a degree in medicine at the University of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) in 1982 he worked in Medical Research and was a Human Health Risk Assessment Manager on nuclear cleanups in the US. Keith lives in southern Ohio with Mary, his Rhodesian born wife of 29 years, and has two grown children, Chris and Laura.

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