J. M. Park is a former navy pilot who spent a fair share of time in remote corners of the world. He's lived on an island in the South Pacific, transited the South Seas and Asia, been a white water river guide in the Sierra Nevadas, traveled Europe on a motorcycle camping and hosteling along the way, and does his best to be anywhere but under a roof. He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Arizona, and is in the process of obtaining a master's degree in international relations. He currently resides in the American southeast.
You can find him at his blog: http://www.thejmparkhangout.blogspot.com
It's the South Pacific of the 1930s, and the Japanese Empire is making its move. Jack Halloway, a tramp pilot by trade who flies where the money takes him, is hired to ferry a beautiful young woman and her brash escort deep into the wilds. Unknown to Jack, though, there's more to her story than she's saying, and what she's left out just might get him killed.