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The Wall

The Refugees' Path to a New Republic

Tetsuo Ted Takashima, Giuseppe di Martino (Translated by)


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 Captain Jadon Green has been labeled the Border Butcher after a terrible tragedy occurred between the US military and illegal immigrants who were forcing their entrance into the United States of America at the Mexico border wall. Resigned to a life of misery and loneliness after having lost not only his military career to a dishonorable discharge but also his family after his wife left him and took their daughter with her, Captain Green is offered the chance to redeem himself in the eyes of the country and his family. His new mission is to lead a Revolutionary Army and found a Nueva Cordova, a country where no citizen will ever have to flee. Along with Professor Luis—Cordova’s only hope for rebirth—and his daughter Penelope, Captain Green’s mission is on the brink of success when a bullet threatens to destroy it all. Will Nueva Cordova become a reality?

Praise For The Wall: The Refugees' Path to a New Republic

"We were impressed with The Wall . . . Using a fascinating and sophisticated blend of socioeconomic and humanitarian issues, author Tetsuo Ted Takashima gives readers much to think about within an otherwise entertaining action thriller." —Best Thrillers

"The Wall is a powerful story of nation-building and changing hearts and minds. It will prove an attractively absorbing saga for any thriller reader who likes politics embedded in the actions and changing purposes of leaders and followers. The close inspection of the roots and minds of refugees creates an added dimension of understanding not present in most other genre reads." —D. Donovan, Midwest Book Review

". . . earnest mash-up of politics and espionage set in the near future . . ." —Publishers Weekly

Museyon, 9781940842462, 320pp.

Publication Date: October 1, 2020

About the Author

After working as a scientist for Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, Tetsuo Takashima moved to California, where he studied at the University of California. He has written more than twenty novels in the action/thriller/suspense/mystery genres. His novels include the action thriller Intruder, which won the 1999 Suntory Mystery Award and Pandemic (2010), which was called the book of prophecy in 2020.