To Lisa, Brian, Pat, Donnie, and Anne. CHAPTER 1. There are two things about Korea you never forget.
To Lisa, Brian, Pat, Donnie, and Anne. The first is the roiling mishmash of stinks. That May, there was the bitter stench of tear gas, an essence of spring and fall, since Korean students are what you might term fair-weather protesters. There was the ripened aroma of kimchi, a spiced and aged cabbage that makes your nostrils think your upper lip’s plagued with gangrene. On top of that was the acrid odor of garlic, the lifeblood of every Korean.
Brian Haig can spin a good story and "Mortal Allies" certainly has that going for it. Though it veers uncomfortably close to a graphic novel from time to time, the book is well-paced and often intelligent as it takes Haig's JAG uber-hero, Sean Drummond, through an amazing number of scrapes an. . Though it veers uncomfortably close to a graphic novel from time to time, the book is well-paced and often intelligent as it takes Haig's JAG uber-hero, Sean Drummond, through an amazing number of scrapes and dustups, all in the context of defending a gay American army officer from murder and associated charges in South Korea.
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Mortal Allies – Ebook written by Brian Haig. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Mortal Allies. BRIAN HAIG is the New York Times bestselling author of six novels featuring JAG attorney Sean Drummond. A former special assistant to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, he has also been published in journals ranging from the New York Times to USA Today to Details. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and four children.
I hadn’t eaten since the day before, and it looked like another long night ahead lked i. ow could I tell? Because. ow could I tell? Because when she entered, the snack bar was jammed with soldiers loudly bitching about what a lousy week they’d had, or making empty boasts about how they were going to get laid this Friday night, when suddenly everything came to a stop. The room just froze - the opposite effect of throwing a pebble into a still pond.
Brian F. Haig (born March 15, 1953) is an American thriller author and Fox News military analyst. Haig's father was former . Secretary of State Alexander Haig (1924–2010); his mother is Patricia (née Fox). He has a brother Alexander and a sister Barbara. Haig graduated from West Point in 1975 and was commissioned an infantry lieutenant
No less convoluted, Mortal Allies takes Sean Drummond quite a ways from his comfort zone, casting the brash politically incorrect smart mouth into South Korea to contend with a murder case whose consequences reverberate globally.
Sean Drummond is a maverick attorney who cloaks his expertise with smart-mouthed self-deprecation and cynicism.