The War Chaser
- Sales Rank:535,365
- Format:Kindle eBook
- Language:English (Published)
- Media:Kindle Edition
- Publication Date:May 18, 2012
You had to lose something personal in a war. Otherwise, it was just a war like any other war. You were there and you did what you had to do and then it was a part of your past and you went on to the next war.
It rained a lot that autumn after I returned from El Salvador without my right hand. The fresh scar on the stump burned when it rained; I felt pain in fingers that were no longer there…
“What happened to you in Central America?” Kovic demanded. “Jack, lots of men have lost an arm. But it’s not just that, is it? Talk to me about it, buddy. What happened to you?”
Jack Dempsey Malanga had worked with the CIA before. He is known as a man who gets the dirty work done, in war and in between wars. Things begin to turn bad when his CIA contact in Central America asks, “Malanga, have you ever killed an American citizen?”
The American citizen is a gunrunner supplying weapons to communist guerrillas in the mountains of El Salvador. To get to him, Malanga must join the guerrillas and earn the trust of their ruthless leader and of Suyapa, a beautiful young rebel fighter who is the gunrunner’s lover. That’s when things become complicated. For Jack Malanga, El Salvador would soon become one too many wars. And his losses more than just his right arm...
Charles W. Sasser knows Latin America intimately. For more than ten years, he was a combat correspondent working in El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua during the period of The War Chaser. He was wounded along the Honduran-Nicaraguan border.
He is also a 29-year veteran (active and reserve) with the U.S. Navy (journalist) and U.S. Army Green Berets. His books and novels (more than 50 published) have sold millions in a number of languages throughout the world. They include best-sellers like One Shot-One Kill; The 100th Kill; Detachment Delta and OSS Commando series; The Return; A Thousand Years of Darkness...
What they’re saying about Charles W. Sasser
“Few writers know men or war as well as Chuck Sasser.” Jim Morris, former Green Beret and author of War Story about The 100th Kill
“The most gripping scenes in the book document. . .emotion in the seconds just before the Hellfire missile arrives on target. . .” New York Times on Predator: The Remote-Control Air War over Iraq and Afghanistan.
“Abundant action, a fast pace and an unusual ethical dilemma. . .” Publisher’s Weekly on Dark Planet
“A model of good historical writing. . .” Leatherneck on Hill 488
“A powerful, emotion-packed mystery. . .” Concise Book Reviews on Homicide!
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