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The long-awaited sequel to The Tourist Trail

Robert Porter has quit the FBI in search of his long-lost (and presumed dead) love, Noa, only to find himself on the wind-raked shores of Southern Africa working for a seal-rescue organization. When a confrontation with local sealers ends in murder, Robert must abandon the seals and his search to join a private intelligence firm
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Paperback, 322 pages
Published February 11th 2018 by Ashland Creek Press
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I was lucky enough to receive a copy of Where Oceans Hide Their Dead in exchange for an honest review. Oceans is the follow-up to The Tourist Trail, and like its predecessor, delivers on an engrossing eco-thriller that follows complex characters and spans continents.

Our three main characters are Robert, Tracy and Amy. Robert is our link to the previous book; without wanting to spoil The Tourist Trail all I'll say is that he is now in Namibia,
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John Yunker is a writer of plays, short stories and novels focused on human/animal relationships.

He is co-founder of Ashland Creek Press, a vegan-owned publisher devoted to environmental and animal rights literature. He is author of the novel The Tourist Trail and the forthcoming novel Where Oceans Hide Their Dead.

His full-length play Meat the Parents was a finalist at the Centre Stage New Play Fe
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