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Aaron Johnson, a Royal Air Force pilot as well as an English gentleman, was on a secret mission to Borneo during the Indonesian Confrontation in 1964. He told his superior he never intended to stay. After meeting a young Asian girl, he fell in love with her, do anything for her, and decided to settle down in this country permanently. He thought he found eternal love. Years later, it turned out to be a disastrous marriage. Not only does he have to deal with his wife, but he also had to confront his two sons who had become notorious hustlers. Decades later, a mild mannered lawyer turned lobbyist, William Stewart, fell in love with Aaron's daughter, Theresa. Time and time again, he tried to win her heart. Feeling sorrow and hopeless, he had an unexpected surprise that changed his life forever. Both Aaron and William were caught and gripped by the island's cultural and environmental issues and overrode by greedy business interests which locked together their love story while being raged in THE LAND BELOW THE WIND.
Partridge Publishing Singapore, 9781482866124, 304pp.
Publication Date: July 20, 2016
About the Author
Don Peter studied mass communication at the University of ITM, Kuala Lumpur. He began writing The Eurasians in 2006 and completed it that same year. He also writes a travel blog-Travel, Leisure, and Golf in Borneo. Don currently resides in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.