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Whatever Happened to Charlie Foster Kindle Edition
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A man loses his memory in an accident. He spends over two years with Colombian rebels, and has now been shipwrecked on a small Pacific Atoll. He is in the company of two Swiss psychologists. Some of his old skills have re-emerged. But does he have enough to survive the ensuing adventure including facing a firing squad. The banner headline read: SHOOT ME - Doctor tells how he prevented Tanzanians from killing captured Seychelles Mercenaries. Beneath the headline was a photograph of Calix and me in 'JAHO's cabin and a small portrait snap of Brooks and Carey showing their facial injuries.
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Another great story
3 April 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
This book ties up the story of the two previous ones "The Trouble with Charlie Foster" and "The Man Who Forgot". The author's in depth knowledge of boats and sailing, as well of of the islands in the Pacific and the Indian Ocean make for great reading by itself. But then there's the wonderful story that keeps unfolding, and the main character's slow but definite progress in recovering his memory. The end comes surprisingly fast.
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