Frank Okolo has been an avid airplane pilot for four decades, including the last 29 years as an airline pilot. He has a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, and obtained his flying licenses and type ratings from various fixed base operators and schools in the USA, and the United Kingdom. He has over 19,500 hours of flight time, mostly on jets such as the Boeing 737NG, B-737-CL, EMB-190, MD-82, DC-9, BAC1-11, DHC-6, and corporate jets including the Challenger 601, and Hawker 1000. He is the author of ‘One Thousand Days in the Sun’ and ‘The Contractor’. He parlays his knowledge of flying in the complicated airspace around the nation’s Capitol in weaving ‘The Contractor’s gripping plot.
Frank’s website: www.frankokolo.com
There’s evil under the sun.
All women know much that they cannot disclose. Beautiful women more so.
A virtual stranger indecently assaults you. Now he wants to marry you. He may lose his life doing so because more powerful—and deadly—suitors will kill to deflower you. You don’t want him hurt.
Your remedy is the Women’s Unclean Hut.