Prancing Tiger

Read Prancing Tiger Author Philip Singerman Roland Troy, Ex CIA Operative, Criminal Investigator, And Martial Arts Expert, Has Lived Peacefully In Florida S Swampy Backwaters For Than Twenty Years Suddenly, A Series Of Events Brings Him Back Into The World Of The Tracker, The World Of Violence He Has Tried To Leave Behind Clara Roseman, The Woman Troy Once Loved Deeply And Then Lost, Appeals To Him For Help Her Son, Billy, Has Been Charged With The Rape And Murder Of A Seductive And Inscrutable Female Disc Jockey Named Nikki Waters The Evidence Against Billy Seems Conclusive But Troy, Who Is Clara S Last Hope, Agrees To Use All His Skills To Establish Her Son S Innocence In So Doing, He Gets A Rare Second Chance To Be With Clara Again Troy S Investigations Lead Him From Florida To Texas, Mexico, And Costa Rica And Even Connect With Events That Took Place In Southeast Asia During The Vietnam War As The Novel Unfolds, The Past Links Between Troy And Nakama Are Revealed Although They Share Membership In The Prancing Tiger, An Elite Ancient Martial Arts Brotherhood, Their Rivalry Is Than A Battle Between Good And Evil It Is The Sparring Of Two Extraordinary Forces, An Intricate Chess Game In Which Master Is Pitted Against Master, And Innocent Lives Hang In The Balance.Prancing Tiger

Philip Singerman is the author of An American Hero The Red Adair Story and the novel Prancing Tiger He has worked as a journalist, TV producer, advertising copywriter, housebuilder, and bartender, and holds a black belt in Shorin Ryu Okinawan karate A native of Vermont, he now lives in Florida.

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  • Hardcover
  • 396 pages
  • Prancing Tiger
  • Philip Singerman
  • English
  • 09 February 2017
  • 9780688130497

10 thoughts on “Prancing Tiger

  1. says:

    Absolutely loved this book and its intriguing story lines The characters jumped off the page with realistic clarity.

  2. says:

    I don t know why I suddenly remembered that I had read this book I read it in my early twenties and really enjoyed it It would be interesting to re visit it and see if it would still hold my interest At the time I loved it.

  3. says:

    Takes a while to start putting the pieces together.

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