From the Pulitzer entry author Frank Asaro comes a legal thriller based on a real case from the 1890's, a silver and gold-rush story set in California and Alaska, complete with an unexpected tale of haunting.
Off the coast of Central America the Sea Diva tuna boat sinks and crew are missing. At trial, a missing crew member
is said to be at fault but new evidence points the finger of guilt in a completely unanticipated direction.
Masterful storytelling! An action-packed thriller, an electrifying read.—Gary S. Chafetz, the Boston Globe
This groundbreaking award-winning book teaches the universal law of “co-opetition” (cooperation vs competition) to vastly improve the interrelationships of our lives, our politics and our economies both at home and between the peoples of the world, yet keep our good faith-rational principles, our freedoms and build even greater liberty for the individual—within a socially moral society.
When renowned attorney Anthony Darren is wrongfully accused of participating in a high seas crime that ends in death, not only is his freedom at stake, but also at risk is his reputation—and most of all, the budding relationship he prizes the most. He breaks out to prove his innocence—and turns the tables on those who framed him. An exciting Thriller.
A key ingredient in business success is cooperation—and competition. Yet humans are different, and divisiveness can erode personal and organizational goals. This book identifies and explains the natural, fundamental law that unifies the opposing forces of cooperation and competition—which is the ultimate recipe for individual or group success.