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Vic Trafford: On The Other Side Of Good Enough Island Written by Garcia & Garcia & Wressmark

Vic Trafford: On The Other Side Of Good Enough Island Written by Garcia & Garcia & Wressmark

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Written by Garcia & Garcia & Wressmark
Genre: Non-fiction, During World War II, Action, Adventure
ISBN: 9780975842249
Format: Paperback
Pages: 96

A high-end Vic Trafford Action-Adventure.

And it’s a true story!

1941 is a turbulent time for Australia.

Japanese samurai sword-wielding killer-squads have installed an outpost on the other side of Goodenough Island, awaiting orders from their Imperial Commander, Commander Tsukioka, to strike the mainland at a moment’s notice.

A young aircraft parts assembler, and fresh enlistee, Victor Trafford, is immediately transported overnight to Papua New Guinea on a very secret mission with the strictest orders to keep enemy forces out of strategic zones in the Pacific.

Little does he imagine how events and energies will spring up traps around him, involving evil ancient artifacts and a higher order religious belief system that could very well save mankind from total destruction.

“Riveting, and told at 1000 miles per hour, this is a fast moving tapestry of escapades and spills unlike any tomb-raider or archaeologist could ever have envisioned…because this one is real.”
— Industry Coverage #1122