Tropical Knights

Tropical Knights

by John Beckman

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Overview

Jack Stevens is living the simple life as a charter boat Captain in south Miami; no complications, and no consequences. He has left behind the Vietnam War, the SEC, the IRS, and a scheming ex-wife. Life is good. And then he meets Amy, the half Cuban beauty who invites him on the adventure of a lifetime. The Latin lovely offers Jack the opportunity to save the eastern U.S. from annihilation by a dying Castro, the dictator of Cuba. Jack wants nothing to do with this woman or her mission. But before he knows it Jack is involved with the Cuban Mafia, the CIA, and duplicitous politicians. When his brother is kidnapped Jack is torn between saving America or saving his only benefactor. Jack has an impossible decision to make. Sail along with Jack and Amy on the life or death voyage which makes Jack's existence more complicated than he ever dreamed possible.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157922207
Publisher: Webbeck Press
Publication date: 03/29/2016
Series: Jack Steven's Adventures , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 1,180,334
File size: 313 KB

About the Author

John Beckman, a retired meteorologist, was known as “Johnny the Weatherman” in a career that spanned forty years. He forecasted the weather on WSJS-TV in Winston-Salem, NC, at WFGA-TV in Jacksonville, FL, and for thirty-three years in Atlanta at WSB-TV and WXIA-TV.
In his TV career, he was the winner of many awards, including two Emmys for his predictions of severe weather.
Also an accomplished writer, Beckman has been nationally published in The New American Review and countless magazines and periodicals. Regionally, he has published twice in Oh, Georgia, an anthology of southern writers. He was a monthly contributing Editor for Southern Distinction Magazine. He has also presented at the Harriette Austin Writer’s Conference at the University of Georgia.
Besides writing, Beckman has had many hobbies over the years including flying his own plane (he’s a licensed pilot), motorcycling, sailing; and for over 50 years he has been an avid amateur radio operator with the call sign W4BTX, communicating with other “hams” all over the world.
He lives with his wife Dr. Deborah Beckman in Stone Mountain, GA, a suburb of Atlanta. He loves to hear from readers with their comments and suggestions, and he answers every email. If you wish to contact him, he receives Email at: . Please check out all of Beckman's work at

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