Revenge in Monkey Bottom

by Dick Carlsen


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/20/2022

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 256
ISBN : 9781665548717
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 256
ISBN : 9781665548724

About the Book

In the prequel, "Monkey Bottom", a former Navy Flag Officer, Chet Dillon, is forced out of the Navy after NCIS discovers and investigates an adulterous affair with a female government employee on his base. The admiral's mistress is murdered by his wife, who later dies in a horrific auto accident, caused indirectly by the admiral. In this sequel, Dillon relocates to Puerto Rico to hide from his shame and disgrace. He is hired as a liquor wholesale company sales rep to service Navy accounts in the Caribbean. Dillon's company pulls him back to Norfolk temporarily to assist in securing the liquor contract for the prospective Pamunkey Indian/City of Norfolk resort casino. In so doing, he becomes fair game for people seeking vengeance on him. Enter a Native American who does dirty work for his tribe and who seeks revenge for very different reasons. Does Dillon live or die? Is he subjected to 18th century Iroquois atrocities? The story takes the reader to former Navy bases in PR and Eleuthera, the Great Dismal Swamp, Navy Fleet HQ, and examines the casino project and wholesale liquor business that tie into Dillon's fate and an NCIS investigation.


About the Author

Dick Carlsen was born in and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. He attended Chico State College, graduating in 1968, and completed graduate studies at Indiana University. He is retired after a 44-year Navy civilian career, during which he traveled extensively to Navy activities worldwide. He lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with his wife Cathy and their rescue dog, Woody. They enjoy occasional trips to beach areas and Lake Gaston in North Carolina. His other novels include, Happy Valley College, The Head of the Snake, Monkey Bottom (a Navy-centric story), and The Lost Boys of Happy Valley College.