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Friday, December 9, 2022

before it's too late... Two if By Sea by Peter J Levesque

"5.0 out of 5 stars is an excellent thriller that seems all too realThis is a page turning thriller with some real-world insights from Peter’s career in Asia. Well done!" Sandman, Amazon


A wave of gruesome executions in Shanghai cripples a top-secret CIA operation in China and points to an informant who has been selling secrets in Hong Kong. 

Jim Keenan, a handsome and ambitious prodigy at the CIA meets Laura Bowman, a brilliant and alluring rising star inside the FBI's Counterintelligence Division. Together they set out to capture the informant and are shocked to discover an Al-Qaeda plot against the United States involving stolen nuclear weapons. 

An unlikely source divulges China's involvement in the plot, and in a frantic race against time, Agents Keenan and Bowman must unearth what Beijing knows before it's too late. 

Two if By Sea is an electrifying international spy thriller that will leave the reader intoxicated and asking for more.


Milton, Massachusetts: June 1, 2003

A bright afternoon sun beamed down on Milton Academy as the Class of 2003 graduation ceremony drew to a close. Parents and grandparents waded frantically between metal folding chairs, scrambling to organize family photographs. Through the commotion, two of Milton’s top students found a quiet moment under a sprawling oak to reflect on their boarding school experience and say their goodbyes.

They had begun their time at Milton as total strangers but quickly became the best of friends.

Along with a love of American history, they enjoyed competitive sports, beer pong, and dating coeds. The two young men shook hands under the tree and promised to stay in touch. Both were heading to top military schools, and each had a deeply personal reason for wanting to serve their country. James Francis Keenan was off to the United States Naval Academy. His roommate, Jiang Peng, was heading home to Beijing, to attend the People’s Liberation Army National Defense School.

As the elated graduates and their exhausted families departed the day’s ceremonies, they strolled beneath the school’s original stone archway inscribed with the Academy’s motto: Dare to Be True.  The motto dated back to 1898. No one could have imagined that the survival of the free world would someday depend on it.

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About the author:
Peter Levesque is an international supply chain expert and author with more than thirty years of experience living and working in the Asia Pacific Region. He is the past Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and currently serves on the Board of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. Levesque is the author of The Shipping Point, The Rise of China, and the Future of Retail Supply Chain Management, and has been featured on CNBC, BBC, Bloomberg, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. He resides in South Florida and Cape Cod, Massachusetts, with his wife, Lisa, and their three children.

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