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By: Walter Hes

Hundred Shades of Green

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A medical doctor, hiding from his past in the Amazon Rainforest where he becomes a valued member of an Indigenous village.


The son of his estranged son living a carefree life in Rio de Janeiro, studying law when he isn't partying.

The daughter of an Indigenous Village Chief bringing great change to their lives.


Jason and Bellann become a force for change, fighting corruption and greed in their quest for justice for the Indigenous tribes of Brazil and the survival of the human race.

Born in Netherlands, Walter had to start working in the construction industry at 14 while attending part-time technical education and night school before serving in the Royal Navy for two and half years, mainly in Dutch New Guinea. Walter travelled the world to work on big construction projects; this brought him and his family for five years to Brazil. The unforgivable destruction caused by greed, of the Amazon Rain Forest inspired him to write this novel about the ongoing disaster.

Now, settled in Australia, he has found time in his retirement to write down the stories, that have been swirling through his mind. Hundred Shades of Green is his fourth book.

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