(PRWEB) January 13, 2017
Hime Davi, a Marine Corp Veteran, electrician, traveler, experienced martial artist, devoted writer and author, has completed his new book “Marine from Oceanside,” a gripping and potent journey of intrigue, fear and manipulation with several unexpected moments in a unique love story.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Hime Davi’s suspenseful work will keep the reader on the edge of their seat.
Stemming from his infidelity, Gina Gonzalez and Aaron Kimbro had broken ties. It transpired just prior to their matriculation from Carver High, in Miami. Following graduation, in 2001, he joined the Marine Corps, feeling much maligned over the dissolution of their relationship. So was Gina.
That same year, she started embarking upon studies in corporate law at the University of Miami. It was during her sophomore year when she met Eladio Gomez, at a coed's home, in the Southwest Section of the city. Lisa Sanchez had made it very clear that the man was a known cocaine dealer; a gangster. Nonetheless, after prodding confirmed it, she still found him intriguing. It was because of his remarkable gift of gab, the nice clothes he wore, and the fine, blood red Porsche he rolled around the city in. He'd even impressed her to the blatant extent she'd dropped out of school to be with him. But when Frankie D'Amato, diabolical leader of Miami's notorious Union Gang, had him murdered over turf disputes... things drastically changed. In the absence of compromise, she decided to wage a vendetta. During the carnage, virtually all of her associates were vanquished. Now, she had no recourse; that was, with the exception of requesting assistance from her high school sweet heart, Aaron, the ex-marine and man she really loved.
But after being torn by wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Kimbro had elected to reside in Oceanside, California. He was living thirty-five hundred miles away, though Gina, undergoing immense angst and trepidation. Now, she wondered if he still cared enough to venture to South Florida, at her beck and call, after considering she'd been with another man. Would he come to help save her from an almost certain death...? At the brutal hands of Miami's notorious Union Gang killers.
Readers who wish to experience this fascinating work can purchase “Marine from Oceanside” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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About Page Publishing:
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