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Publisher's Summary

Akira Tanaka's past as an undercover agent in Tokyo's underworld has caught up with his present. Now he must find out who kidnapped his only daughter, and why. Can he rescue her before it's too late?

The lives of a father, a daughter, and a yakuza's daughter are all intertwined in this fast-paced 7,500 word short story. This is the first in a series of thrilling adventures featuring Tanaka.

©2011, 2012 Clay Boutwell (P)2012 Kotoba Books

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"Well written and puts you into the action right away." (Larry LaVoie, author of Leap of Faith)

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Brief and intense

action-adventure, Japan, kidnapping, mafia, read, short, undercover

Intense and somewhat violent, this short interlude grabs your interest and keeps it. The action is very easy to visualize.
Read by the author, he keeps it low key and thereby heightens the impact.

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Disjointed

Plot buildup is ok but the twists sometimes don't make sense. I wouldn't want to recommend