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Ivory

Ivory

Tony Park

St. Martin's Press

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Alex Tremain is a pirate in trouble. All he really wants is to reopen his parents' five-star hotel on the Island of Dreams, off the coast of Mozambique. But instead he's facing a mounting tide of debt, his crew of modern-day buccaneers is getting restless, and he has just been dumped by not one, but two women.

As if he doesn't have enough on his plate, a chance raid on a ship then sets the Chinese triads after him and, to add insult to injury, corporate lawyer Jane Humphries lands, literally, in his lap…

Before he knows it, Alex is embroiled in two separate and equally risky pursuits—one takes him to South Africa's Kruger National Park and will pay enough for him to reopen his hotel, and the other involves the love of a lifetime. Can Alex pull off this one last heist and walk away with both prizes?

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Southampton, England

The overheated interior of the security minivan in which Jane was driven across the dock stank of the driver’s body odor and the cigarette he’d obviously been smoking before she got in....

Praise for Ivory

"Alex Tremain, the rogue hero of this fun, deftly plotted thriller from Australian author Park (The Delta), turns to piracy in order to finance the renovation and reopening of the crumbling hotel that his parents once operated on an island off Mozambique ... Events proceed at a blistering pace to a masterly conclusion." - Publishers Weekly

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Tony Park

TONY PARK grew up in the western suburbs of Sydney. He has worked as a newspaper reporter in Australia and England, a government press secretary, a public relations consultant, and a freelance writer. He is also a major in the Australian Army Reserve and served in Afghanistan. He and his wife, Nicola, divide their time between their home in Sydney, and southern Africa.

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