When Matthew Luedecke leaves his small town for the university, he's hoping for a new start and a more exciting life. He'll get more than he bargained for. Recruited by a shadowy group of Nicaraguan ex-pats, Matt soon discovers how sheltered and blinded most Americans are when it comes to the covert machinations of world powers and the intricacies and danger of international intrigue. From an innocent pool party to a bloody firefight along the Coco River in Nicaragua's dense jungles, Matt is about to find out that an "exciting" may not be all it's cracked up to be.
One Arm of the Octopus is a novelette, originally published in Tales of Tinfoil: Stories of Paranoia and Conspiracy.
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A Great description of that time!
I was a young mother during this time in history and I remember it. I knew people who were approached by groups like the main character. I also remember that those who spoke out were called loons and laugh at. Then I remember when the info that came out was exactly what those loons said it was and it was not surprising there was many with egg on their faces. This audio book was a great description of what some people really went through and I truly enjoyed listen to it.
I like it when Matthew back out of the whole thing. It showed real character.
I remember that time very well wish history was not repeating itself but I thank the author for writing this story.
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