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By: Peter M.G. Johnston


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Army Intelligence Captain Jack Smyth received a “dear John” letter from his wife that she was leaving him for another man. His main concern was for his six-year-old daughter, Samantha, so he immediately left his post for Australia to sort out the mess. Whilst in Australia, Captain Smyth attended a seminar on “The Tribal Warriors” and was surprised to see the main speaker as Major Brett Shaw who was his leader whilst serving in Afghanistan. This then led to his meeting of Elizabeth Shaw, Brett’s sister, and this changed his life forever.

Whilst visiting Jakarta in Indonesia on behalf of the government, Jack was kidnapped and brutally treated by a communist cell. The story takes you on a journey through the darkest reaches of Indonesia with Jack held captive in a remote mountainous area by a hillside tribe. His love for Liz never faded throughout this ordeal however Liz was reunited with an old flame thinking Jack was never to be seen again.

Liz and Jack’s paths cross throughout the story, but circumstances keep them apart time and time again.

Peter M.G. Johnston grew up in a small Australian coastal town.

He left school at the age of fourteen, then left home at fifteen to explore his country.

Peter worked as a labourer, miner and diamond driller before entering the hotel industry.

Travelling to New Zealand, he met his wife, Elizabeth, at the world-famous Milford Sound Hotel Resort.

Retiring at the age of fifty-nine, Peter and Liz travelled the world before settling on the Gold Coast Queensland so he could pursue his love of writing.

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