Perilous Passages, book 3 The Jeremy Santos and The Outfit book series. Traversing the Mediterranean in a launch?

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What is a launch? A launch is a boat, bigger than a rowboat, but smaller than a yacht. In our third book, Perilous Passages: The Continuing Saga of Jeremy Santos and The Outfit, one such launch plays a vital role!

This craft is a handy way to travel to your own private island from the mainland. It is a good idea to have enough room to carry supplies, including an ice chest large enough to have a false bottom for… smuggling?

Perilous Passages and the Cyrillic connection! Jeremy Santos and The Outfit, book 3

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The Cyrillic alphabet is perfect for use with the art of calligraphy. The flowing lines of the different letters, many of which are not used by the Latin alphabet, are romantic and artistic! In our third novel, Perilous Passages: The Continuing Saga of Jeremy Santos and The Outfit, we have a character who prides himself on having learned calligraphy which he uses to write letters to his Russian grandfather in Cyrillic! He is a perfectionist and uses only the best quality pens and inks as well as high quality writing paper. Read this novel to learn more.

Perilous Passages and the antiquarian scientific manuscript

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Perilous Passages: The Continuing Saga of Jeremy Santos and The Outfit is the third book in the Jeremy Santos and The Outfit series of novels. The story takes the readers on a dangerous journey to Bogota, Colombia. It is here that we meet a elusive drug lord who has managed to create an empire around his secret process for the perfect “star dust” and it has made him billions of pesos.

This drug lord has become very successful in diverting business away from The Outfit. He has become a problem in the process of becoming so powerful. Now, Jeremy Santos and his associates must devise a scheme to fix the situation, and do so very quickly.

Enter, the always resourceful Bridgette, one of Jeremy’s associates. She has a plan to solve this problem without starting a war. Her poison of choice? An antiquarian manuscript! Read our third novel today to find out how she does it!