What is The Money Run?
A crime thriller novel set during the Viet Nam War.
Okinawa, 1971. The U.S. military payroll totals over $20 million. Twice a month, one helicopter is responsible for delivering the payroll, distributed in small, unmarked bills, among the bases.
That helicopter flight is called The Money Run. And someone is planning to rob it.
Advance Reviews for The Money Run
Richard Steele of Sacramento invested 27 years as a Marine, retiring as a lieutenant colonel. During that duty, he was a combat helicopter pilot in Vietnam, so he has the cred for his thriller-mystery “The Money Run” (P.R. Steele, $15, 282 pages), based partly on his own experiences. The time: 1971. Jack Higgins, a vengeance-minded Marine pilot, and his buddies are poised to heist a $20 million military payroll in Okinawa, when Higgins’ unexpected love for a woman could change everything. – Allen Pierleoni, Sacramento Bee
Author P.R. Steele weaves a tale of action, suspense, danger, and intrigue creating one of the most unique and interesting stories ever told…The Money Run is right on target. – Steve Natale, Examiner.com / stevenatale.net
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