Bargain eBooks #629:

Not Raw Enough by Randall Bowling
Genre: Suspense, Thriller
Price: $4.99
Where to Get It:
Amazon (Kindle) 
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When an ancient culture defined by its ocean heritage believes the  future of its cuisine is threatened, the lethal solution becomes not raw enough.
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The rich rewards of Japan’s exclusive seafood markets  incite the world’s elite suppliers as Seth Tinsley’s Hatteras Island  exports spawn outrageous profits and a charmed life. After too many of  his friends die in bizarre accidents, Seth’s life crashes and his  lucrative sales to Japan dwindle. He never notices his success has  attracted predators.
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On the business trip of a lifetime to Tokyo  and the Tsukiji Market to stun the international seafood establishment  with the launch of his dynamic aquatic invention, Seth ends up alone and hunted in Japan; wanted by the JNP for mass-murder and marked  expendable by the US Government.
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What they’re saying about it:
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“R. Bowling, author, infuses the activity within a rural, south  Atlantic fishing industry with that within  the culture emanating from  the Japanese gastromical desires for the perfect fish.  The author  spices the text with romance, greed, sophistication and violence  resulting in a provacative text that reads quickly.  Also the reader’s  gain is not only entertainment but trivial facts that will embelish his  memory store.”–Amazon Reviewer
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“This is a great read. The story moves quickly with just the right  amount of suspense and intrigue. Gave me a new appreciation of the  Japanese seafood industry. I’ll never look at sushi the same way again.”–Amazon Reviewer
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