Being Navy SEALs was everything to new partners Shelby Ryder, a Kansas farm girl, and Earl Bernstein, a hypochondriac from big city Chicago. They completed their first mission successfully, but okay, in the process they accidentally blew up an F-16, wiped out a regiment of Cuban soldiers and caused an international incident. Despite the little hiccups, they were expecting a hero’s welcome, so they were stunned when the unscrupulous administration in Washington duped, dumped and, worst of all, de-SEALed them.
The Navy always thought for them. Now they have to think for themselves. And that’s a scary thought.
They’re downhearted but not defeated. Despondent but not done. No, embers of the SEAL spirit still burn within them, and along with their de-SEALed commanding officer, eighty-five-year-old Bertha “Bull” Gompers, they set out to clear their names, be re-SEALed and prove to the world that they’re not zeros. They’re heroes.
In their minds anyway.
Gregg Bell writes thrillers. Some funny, some serious.
RISE OF THE ANIMAL RESCUE FEMINISTS
A WOMAN UNHINGED
I LOVE YOU I KILL YOU
MAN OF GOD
Born in Chicago, he’s done everything from selling puka shells on the beach in Florida to working for Sears in their corporate headquarters at Sears Tower. He lives in suburban Chicago and is addicted to pushing words around on paper.