(Buddha's Money) [PDF] Å Martin Limón

  • Paperback
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  • Buddha's Money
  • Martin Limón
  • English
  • 01 February 2018
  • 9781569473993

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SUMMARY Buddha's Money ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB This grisly terrifying thriller follows CID Agents George Sueño and Ernie Bascom across the Korean Peninsula in their search for a lost artifact South Korea 1970s Retired Army officer Herman Burkowicz has uite a lucrative setup smuggling rare Korean a. Whotta read Grisly is apropos but it was in context with the theme of the plot It was ironic in that I had just placed an order through Better World Books for a copy when I was shelving Slicky Boys that I found a copy of this one that I already owned I do not know if it made the move with me from my parents house to Chez Woody nearly nine years ago or if I bought it shelved it wanting to read the series in order I could have ready it uickly but because book 4 is still in transit to me I slowed my pace to savor the plot the dialogue I have read some comments in which Martin Limon is not their cuppa tea due to the reliance on having the characters be with the US Army s CID the allusions are lost on them Not me I am a US Navy retiree I definitely identify with Ernie Bascomb I understand the interactions with the brass having visited Korea the setting rings true I really want to touch base with Mr Limon at some point In this entry the boys are called in to investigate the kidnapping ransom of a native girl who had been adopted by a retired lifer named Herman the German his common law native wife A lifer is one who puts in a full 20 year career to pull a poor man s pension but when the time to pull the plug comes finds themselves at loose ends I was a Careerist one who serves until retirement but with definite goals for being a civilian I knew lots of Hermans felt kinda sorry for them since their transition to civilian life was difficult many died shortly after retirement which is part of the reason that you can retire at just 20 years it takes a heavy toll the actuarial tables show that statistically you do not have longevity past retirement Our heroes are forced to traipse around the country in search of an objet d art that is to serve as the ransom payment They encounter Buddhist monks and nuns of various sects have yet another thrilling harrowing adventure Book 4 cannot arrive uickly enough Himig ng Sinag: Mga Piling Tula uite a lucrative setup smuggling rare Korean a. Whotta read Grisly is apropos but it was in context with the theme of the plot It was ironic in that I had just placed an order through Better World Books for a copy when I was shelving Slicky Boys that I found a copy of this one that I already owned I do not know if it made the move with me from my parents house to Chez Woody nearly nine years ago or if I bought it shelved it wanting to read the series in order I could have ready it The Test uickly but because book 4 is still in transit to me I slowed my pace to savor the plot the dialogue I have read some comments in which Martin Limon is not their cuppa tea due to the reliance on having the characters be with the US Army s CID the allusions are lost on them Not me I am a US Navy retiree I definitely identify with Ernie Bascomb I The Test understand the interactions with the brass having visited Korea the setting rings true I really want to touch base with Mr Limon at some point In this entry the boys are called in to investigate the kidnapping ransom of a native girl who had been adopted by a retired lifer named Herman the German his common law native wife A lifer is one who puts in a full 20 year career to pull a poor man s pension but when the time to pull the plug comes finds themselves at loose ends I was a Careerist one who serves Teacher Evaluation in Music until retirement but with definite goals for being a civilian I knew lots of Hermans felt kinda sorry for them since their transition to civilian life was difficult many died shortly after retirement which is part of the reason that you can retire at just 20 years it takes a heavy toll the actuarial tables show that statistically you do not have longevity past retirement Our heroes are forced to traipse around the country in search of an objet d art that is to serve as the ransom payment They encounter Buddhist monks and nuns of various sects have yet another thrilling harrowing adventure Book 4 cannot arrive Reticence Custard Protocol #4 uickly enough

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SUMMARY Buddha's Money ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB N the back alleys of Itaewon than ancient treasures go in over their heads as they agree to search for the skull a journey that will lead them to a crime that threatens the fragile peace between South Korea and the US Army units living on its Korean so. Authentic Tale of GIs in KoreaThis must have taken place in the late 70s maybe early 19080 81 The author accurately characterizes Itaewon to include the clubs The demonstrations during that period were accurately described as well I m not sure about the White Horse unit being involved in suashing the demonstrations but it would not surprise given the fact that the President of South Korea was a former ROK Army General Finally all of the Korean language translations were very accurate I spent many years in Korea and intensely studied the language so I really enjoyed this book It brought back a lot of memories Most importantly for me it was all totally believable with a couple of exceptions which is indeed rare The Rabbit Effect units living on its Korean so. Authentic Tale of GIs in KoreaThis must have taken place in the late 70s maybe early 19080 81 The author accurately characterizes Itaewon to include the clubs The demonstrations during that period were accurately described as well I m not sure about the White Horse The Rabbit Effect unit being involved in suashing the demonstrations but it would not surprise given the fact that the President of South Korea was a former ROK Army General Finally all of the Korean language translations were very accurate I spent many years in Korea and intensely studied the language so I really enjoyed this book It brought back a lot of memories Most importantly for me it was all totally believable with a couple of exceptions which is indeed rare

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SUMMARY Buddha's Money ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Rtifacts But then his nine year old foster daughter Mi ja is abducted and her kidnappers demand a ransom Burkowicz doesn’t have a priceless jade skull from the age of Genghis Khan Sueño and Bascom accustomed to chasing felons and black marketeers i. Review from Asia Thrills cops George Sue o and Ernie Bascom meet Indiana Jones or so it seems in this over the top adventure the third in Martin Lim n s great series set in 1970s KoreaAn attack on a Buddhist nun along with the disappearance of the daughter of a retired US serviceman set the pair off on a hunt for a jade skull that shows a map to the lost treasures of Genghis KhanThey are not the only ones looking Also involved are some bad Buddhists from Mongolia some good Buddhists and a mysterious woman named Lady AhnIt seems the skull is being guarded by monks and by a giant sloth on a distant island Many fights some rather horrific violence chases and other adventures ensue And as usual the whole book is dripping with the dissolute atmosphere of Itaewon the greatest GI village in the world This book offers action packed excitement and will satisfy Lim n s many fans which include me But it is still a little too far fetched and not one of his best Dahlia Black usual the whole book is dripping with the dissolute atmosphere of Itaewon the greatest GI village in the world This book offers action packed excitement and will satisfy Lim n s many fans which include me But it is still a little too far fetched and not one of his best