The Imperial Connection

Recently retired Air Force Intel officer Mike Foley discovers the guy who took a bullet for him during the Gulf War may be a homeless guy living in a small desert town. He leaves Chicago to find him. After arriving he finds a local, and very beautiful woman, who aids the homeless. They locate "Homeless Rick." To their surprise, the next morning he's found drowned in one of the irrigation canal More
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About Edward and Anne Charles

About the authors. Edward and Anne Charles are a husband-wife team who love writing novels together. They live in Imperial, California, a small desert community twenty miles from the Mexican border. In reality, Edward and Anne were high school sweethearts who lost track of each other for over forty years and through Facebook re-connected. Today they are newlyweds loving life together and busy co-writing suspense novels.

They have just completed their first trilogy, suspense thrillers that take place in the dry, desolate Imperial Valley.

Their first, The Imperial Connection is a suspense thriller that involves smugglers bringing their goods across the Mexican border. Interestingly, though, it's not drugs and involves the Red Chinese Mafia. As the two main characters fall further into danger they fall helplessly in love at the same time.

Well Bred connections takes the two main characters, Mike and Andy, into a mysterious and deep desert. They discover an evil mafia operation involved in child abduction and baby laundering.

Hidden Connections is a totally retro novel. Here, Mike and Andy figure out how to effectively secure the Mexico-Arizona border. In so doing they discover the federal government doesn't like to be upstaged. It's pure adventure fighting smugglers and warlords on one side, and the federal government on the other.

All three novels can be real stand-alone, but the novels are really a trilogy.

Our first novel, The Land of the Emmen Sea is a romance fantasy.

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