Divine Typhoon

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100,000 civilians died at Nagasaki, including the wife and young son of Tanaka, a rich industrialist bent on exacting revenge using a nuclear bomb on an American port city, with only a Mossad agent and an inept lawyer to stop him. The one missing element is the Kamitaifun, the ancestral family sword. He kills to get it back, which sets of a frantic effort to stop him with only minutes to spare. More

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Words: 91,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9780984446148
About Clive Ash

Clive Ash has traveled extensively, often to remote locations ranging from the blazing heat of the Sahara to the equally fragile and bitterly cold world inside the Arctic Circle. These experiences allow him to bring a firsthand knowledge to his descriptions of the many locations visited in his novels. He has tempted fate on numerous occasions, and often come close to losing. He has seen his life flash before his eyes and through it all has learned to stay centered in the face of adversity and opportunity. Along the way he has found time to get married and get a Ph.D., both of which experiences have taught him how much he still has to learn. He has over 60 publications and patents to his credit and through it all has learned to recognize how little separates the profound from the mundane. He writes to give substance to the stories in his head.

He can be reached by e-mail at clive.ashpublishing@gmail.com

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Review by: Peter Barns on Aug. 30, 2013 :
A must read for those who like action packed novels

Clive Ash's well written novel held my attention from the first paragraph. The characters were well rounded and came alive for me, especially in the historical scenes. The plot had the usual twists and turns but what really made this novel for me was the obvious research that had been carried out in writing it. So much so in fact that I was almost tempted to ignore the main plot and concentrate on the back story. Well done Clive Ash, looking forward to reading more of your work.
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