What could go wrong when two recently retired oddball cops from Washington, D.C. dive head first in search of gold in Afghanistan and a buried fortune in Mexico? A lot!
After a moderate success in Afghanistan Sal Rossi and Danny Mahoney plot a search for a buried horde of gold coins of incalculable value that was buried during the 1914 Mexican revolution then lost to the winds of history.
The good news is that the two adventurists eventually find the location of the crates, the bad news is the town is dominated by a ruthless drug lord named Cicatriz (The scar). While attempting to unearth the crates and on their way to riches, they’re interrupted by cartel gang members who have different plans for them and the treasure.
P.N.G. is a fictionalized account based on real events of two former cop’s adrenaline rush search for riches that’s interspersed with moments of comedy and friendship but with unmistakable undercurrents of extreme danger. Whether you’re an armchair adventurer or someone who’s been there done that, don’t miss this action-packed story based on real events
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Paul Charuka, is a pseudonym for the author who is a retired police official that served for 25 years with four different law enforcement agencies in the Washington, D.C. region. During the past forty-five years Mr. Charuka has attained a Master’s Degree from the University of Hard Knocks with a major in getting out of shit with his hind parts intact.
Paul has dabbled in various forms of martial arts, is a fluent Spanish speaker with a working knowledge of Portuguese and a 1970’s U.S. Army veteran.
After hanging up his badge and gun, Paul who self-describes as a restless soul and adventurer has worked as a gun for hire as well as a trainer-advisor in far flung places in the Middle East, S.W. Asia, Africa and Latin America.