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Miami Rock By Keith Laufenberg
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The author of 6 novels, 7 books of short stories and a poetry chapbook, Keith G. Laufenberg sets a blistering fast pace and this mystery/thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat, from the... More > first page until the last, as you wonder what next calamity may befall one of the denizens of this sub-tropical area of the country, which many refer to as a tropical paradise, with its beautiful climate, sandy beaches and famed tourist attractions. Its Latin beat provides the backdrop for another side of this city however, and one also well-know to the public, for paradise can quickly become a purgatory where crime is rampant, with drugs on every street-corner in many neighborhoods. The main characters, a rough-hewn group of construction workers on a job-site in Ft. Lauderdale, sojourn into Miami for a night out and encounter much more than they had bargained for, as rogue cops, drug dealers and a briefcase full of money all collide in a thriller you won't be able to put down.< Less
Semper-Fi Publ. Grade By Keith Laufenberg
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The author of Miami Rock scores again with Semper-Fi-Do-Or-Die, a hard-edged look back in Marine Corps history. The author takes us to Parris Island, the Marine Corps boot camp, in South Carolina,... More > where boys are so expeditiously turned into (men) Marines, and in only ninety short days. The story begins in the fall of 1962 when we meet a group of characters that could only match-up with the author’s previous ones in Miami Rock and we subsequently follow them through the very real horrors of P.I. to their duty stations and then, for many of them, to Vietnam. For the ones that live through Vietnam it is no picnic back in the World and the author shows us vividly why we should all be concerned with returning veterans’ post-traumatic stress disorders and their terrible effects on not only the veterans themselves but society at large. In Semper-Fi-Do-Or-Die the author, a Marine veteran himself, in the early and mid-sixties, shows us what the Corps was really like during that tumultuous time in American history.< Less