Thompson has a good life. He doesn't have too much to worry
about except the problem with his narrow ear canals, which tend to
clog up after a swim. He lives in a hut on a Mexican beach.
When a backpacker with a Russian accent began asking
questions, Hank's life began to change. Why you ask?
Well, apparently Hank was holding millions of dollars stolen by the
Russian mafia. Hank managed to get rid of the Russian but soon
discovered two federales were on his back.
When the Russian
backpacker mentioned the money and the family he left behind, Hank
knew he had to go home. He had to get to his parents before
anyone harmed them.
Along the way, Hank faces several
obstacles such as the Federales, the U.S. Border Patrol and several
Does Hank succeed in making it home in
Charlie Huston takes the reader on one wild ride as
Hank begins his journey home. This book is a real thriller
with an adventurous plot. The characters appear to be
real. The best part is that in addition to all of this, the
author has managed to incorporate a good deal of comedy in the
story. Be sure to add this one to your list. It is
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