American Drifter

American Drifter

Book - 2017
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A young US Army veteran suffering from PTSD drifts around Brazil. Then he falls in love with the enchanting and spirited Natal, a gangster's mistress. They flee together, pursued by the drug lord Tio and his men. Not only is the powerful, sadistic drug boss after them, the Brazilian government is on their trail as well. Will the two lovers escape - and will River ever be free of the bloody memories that haunt him?
Publisher: New York : Forge, ©2017.
ISBN: 9780765374875
9780765374882
Characteristics: 316 pages ;,25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Murray, Chad Michael 1981- - Author

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kaitlynlord1993
Aug 24, 2018

Just finished this book. And to be fair I mainly took the book out because Chad Michael Murray was one of the co authors. But I was pleasantly surprised... I kind of had an idea where the story was going and was completely stunned when I realized I was wrong. Great story line, didn’t want to put the book down and was well written!

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lmldelgado
Dec 18, 2017

Just finish reading this book and it was great. It had me fooled. What a story.

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barryandlinda
Nov 25, 2017

This is another very good book by Heather Graham. It was also written by Chade Michael Murray, whom I have not read any books by. In this story, an U.S. Army veteran, River Roulet, is suffering images from the war. He decides to take all his money and travel to Brazil. He finds a woman who he falls in love with. He also wants to take down the drug czar, but doesn't know who he can trust. He travels the country while eluding the drug law and the government. I did not see the ending coming the way I pictured it. This is a page turner from beginning to end.

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kaitlynlord1993
Aug 24, 2018

kaitlynlord1993 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 16 and 60

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