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One night, off the coast of Nicaragua, the luxury liner Sulu Sea runs aground on a reef and sinks with great loss of life. Her captain, Joaquin O'Hara, is blamed for the disaster. His reputation ruined, he goes into decline, drinking to excess. Eventually he is reduced to being skipper of a little tramp steamer carrying cargo between the islands and ports of the Caribbean. While delivering a consignment to a dealer in Cartagena, he is approached by a beautiful woman who offers him $30,000 to take her and several crates of her personal belongings from Cartagena to Miami. Once at sea, O'Hara discovers that the woman, Gabriella Torres, is the runaway wife of one of Colombia's most powerful drug lords, and one of the crates she brought aboard contain millions of dollars she has stolen from her husband and the cartel. The chase is on. Juan Torres wants his wife back, but he wants his money more. O'Hara initially eludes pursuit by sailing directly into the path of a hurricane, but then he decides that if they are to survive, they must become the hunter, not the hunted. When they reach Cuba, using some of Gabriella's stolen money, they purchase powerful weapons intended to defend their little ship against their enemies. As they battle against the forces of the drug cartel, Haitian pirates, Guatemalan bandits, and O'Hara's inner demons, an unexpected bond develops between Gabriella, the sophisticated Colombian aristocrat, and O'Hara, the dishonored, oft-drunken, sea captain. Together they return to the reef where the Sulu Sea went down and dive on the wreck seeking clues to clear O'Hara's name Sulu Sea is a story of adventure, romance and redemption.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781950586370
  • ISBN-10: 1950586375
  • Publisher: Penmore Press LLC
  • Publish Date: June 2020
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.81 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.17 pounds
  • Page Count: 364