The Women of Skawa Island

The Women of Skawa Island

An Adam Saint Novel

Book - 2014
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"Sergiusz Belar, one of the most powerful men in the world, faces a dilemma. Alzheimer's Disease is eating away at his intellect and soon he must appoint a successor. But along with tremendous power will come knowledge of a staggering secret Belar is keeping. Who can he trust? Is it already too late?With the fate of the International Intelligence Agency hanging in the balance, former Canadian Disaster Recovery agent Adam Saint is lured to the very edge of the world. Floating on the deep waters of Polynesia, a mysterious land of 1,000 islands, is one unknown to the modern world. Until a trio of women, survivors of a long ago shipwreck, are discovered on the unchartered spit of steamy, dark jungle.But who are the women of Skawa Island? Are they victims? Or are they hiding something, complicit in their own isolation?Emerging from the wreckage of his career and personal life, Adam Saint is forced to lead a mission to find the women of Skawa Island. With the resources of his former employer, no longer available to him, Saint must forge unlikely alliances. Supported by his kick-ass sister Alexandra and misfit computer genius nephew Anatole, Saint battles to win back his life, his family, and uncover a truth so horrible it might never have been meant to escape Skawa Island."--
Publisher: London, Ontario. : Insomniac Press, ©2014.
ISBN: 9781554831241
Characteristics: 399 pages ;,21 cm.

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