After thirty-three years as a Counterintelligence Special Agent, operating in Central Europe and Afghanistan, Robert Dukelow is at home in Arizona. He writes, gardens, teaches in the Mesa Community College New Frontiers Program, hikes in the Arizona mountains, and raises game fowl. He speaks better German than many natives. His first five well-received books are heavily colored with personal experience and life-like composites of real people. He’s working on a fictional trilogy based largely on his career. Juanita’s Revenge, his first published short story, appeared in the Desert Sleuths 2015 anthology. His website is .
Escape from India Action No government official cares his wife and daughter are held captive by a prince in India so an American suffering from congestive heart failure organizes a rescue posse comprised of students and villagers to free his loved ones before they are sold as sex slaves or become involuntary organ donors.