A young, beautiful eco-terrorist, the American president's wife is determined to stop the overhunting of whales by the Japanese, the Norwegians, and others, so she embarks on a daring plan to drive a stranded herd of blue whales from the Arctic to the opposite end of the earth—the Antarctic. Her husband, the President, has promised to let the Japanese take the blue whales in exchange for their support in a looming economic crisis. On board a hijacked whaling factory ship, the First Lady defies her husband and—with the help of the ship's captain, a recently reformed whaling pirate—confronts the Japanese fleet and threatens to sink it…
A high tech, high seas eco-adventure about a whale drive of the last 1900 blues from the Arctic to the Antarctic. Think Western-style cattle drive, but with whales. Laced with facts, the book plunges you into the gut-wrenching and bloody heart of the whale war.
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When a kidnapped woman's husband refuses to pay her ransom, she plots revenge with the help of her reluctant kidnapper. Discovering her husband's plan to betray her, she frames him for her own "murder," forcing her young kidnapper into an unexpected moral dilemma that will change him forever. This clever and fast-paced thriller blends pathos with trickery and intrigue, drawing the reader into the private world of a vulnerable 15-year-old boy who believes himself to be the savior and protector of a wronged woman…
'A Decent Ransom' is a deliciously twisted story told by multiple narrators; these shifting perspectives keep the pace quick and the reader guessing. Bold, quirky and outrageously entertaining. Booklist, Sept 15, 2008 issue
A novel - A vulnerable young boy forced to guard a kidnapped woman forges an alliance with her with dire consequences for some.'A Decent Ransom' is now available on Amazon.com