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Perfect Reflections

Tom Tikka

Publisher: One Media iP Group

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Summary

Tom Sundell is a former merchant marine and soldier who has survived the oceans of the world and the Foreign Legion. Yet, his biggest challenge seems to be to survive his difficult marriage and be a good father to his boys. Although he is haunted by his violent and traumatic past, Sundell's life continues uneventfully until his wife meets an untimely death and he receives a strange and unexpected letter. Before he even realizes it, Tom is on his way to Buenos Aires in search of something he thought he had put behind him a long time ago.
Available since: 02/07/2023.
Print length: 150 pages.

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