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The Problem Eliminators!

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The author's description from Smashwords: An Action/Adventure story about a group of fictional retired military men, who hunt down Drug Lords & traitorous U.S. Government officials! Featuring the fantastic submarine, The Barracuda! Like Amer-I-Can James Bond’s, The Problem Eliminators! Strike without warning! Hard, fast & deadly!
Published 2012 by Smashwords
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Mar 10, 2012 rated it it was ok
I didn't entirely understand what happened, but there sure is a lot of action! You can count on that! It is an Action Story! Plus there is a photograph of a real yacht, drawings of pretty girls, and no profanity.

Favorite Quote:

"We cast off from the Yacht and drifted back several hundred yards into the darkness, and then headed for The Barracuda. Just about as we arrived at our ship, The Yacht exploded! KA- BLAM!!! A Fire Ball shot into the night and more explosions sounded off in succession! The
Fairhonanth Jones
Sep 05, 2012 rated it did not like it
No, just no. Simply awful.

Our story begins with a lengthy, ineffective description of the protagonist sneaking through a yacht. He takes measurements of the boat, writes them down, sneaks some more, spies on people snorting cocaine and having sex (!?), whispers to himself a bit, more sneaking, and then comes across a bound and gagged girl behind a mysterious door. Gary Stu (The name of the protagonist hasn't yet been stated, and he reeks of Stu-dom so that is what he shall be called) pulls a hyp
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Steve Nelson has been Head of School at the Calhoun School, on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, since 1998. Calhoun is one of America’s most notable progressive schools and serves 750 students, from pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade. Calhoun is particularly well regarded for its commitment to diversity and social justice.

Since 1997 Steve has been a columnist for the Valley News, the daily newspaper