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Charter boat captain Malik Bashir’s family is forced to flee when he is conscripted into the service of a notorious drug lord. He is determined his next mission will be his last. A chartered diving expedition on Malik’s Boat, Varuna, goes bad when a member of the team is seriously injured during a dive. He must choose between helping the diver and risking his own life or following orders. When they are forced to seek refuge on an isolated island they discover something more terrifying than the murderous drug lord is hunting them.

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“You have two hours to gather your things and  leave our country. I’ll send an officer to your hotel to escort you to the airport. Don’t ever come back, comprenden, gringos?” the police sergeant ordered. “Si, comprendamos, capi,” Gage hastily responded in agreement. He had a butterfly bandage over his left eye and purple bruises under both. He draped Ethan’s arm over his shoulder and started down the short flight of steps. “Jesus, Ethan, I don’t know why I keep working with you. You look like shit, by the way.” Ethan winced with every step but said nothing. He glanced over his shoulder at the sergeant still scowling at them from the top of the steps. “Now what do we do?” Gage asked. “They smashed my camera, so we got no video of those fuckers trawling in a protected reserve. They offloaded before we got back to port, so we got no proof of their catch. We ain’t got squat, boss.

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“You have two hours to gather your things and  leave our country. I’ll send an officer to your hotel to escort you to the airport. Don’t ever come back, comprenden, gringos?” the police sergeant ordered. “Si, comprendamos, capi,” Gage hastily responded in agreement. He had a butterfly bandage over his left eye and purple bruises under both. He draped Ethan’s arm over his shoulder and started down the short flight of steps. “Jesus, Ethan, I don’t know why I keep working with you. You look like shit, by the way.” Ethan winced with every step but said nothing. He glanced over his shoulder at the sergeant still scowling at them from the top of the steps. “Now what do we do?” Gage asked. “They smashed my camera, so we got no video of those fuckers trawling in a protected reserve. They offloaded before we got back to port, so we got no proof of their catch. We ain’t got squat, boss.

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