Archive for 'Pirates Inc.'
Many of my friends are bonefish addicts! They love to cruise the flats of the many Bahamian islands looking for the tails of feeding schools of bonefish, or if they are really lucky, that solitary monster that could mean an AFTA record. We don’t get to go south very often, but when we do, it’s [Read more…]
Posted: October 22nd, 2013 under Flyfishing, John R Childress Novels, Pirates Inc., Timeless Thrillers.
Tags: Bad Company, Bahamas, bonefish, bonefishing, double haul, Flyfishing, Long Island, pacific northwest, pirates, Skagit river, women pirates
Now and then we had a hope that if we lived and were good, God would permit us to be pirates. ~Mark Twain In my mind far too much attention is focused on big business. Politicians pander to them, make concessions to appease them, skew the tax laws in their favor and allow them to [Read more…]
Posted: December 5th, 2012 under Flyfishing, John R Childress Novels, Pirates Inc., Timeless Thrillers.
Tags: Bahamas, bonefish, CIA, consulting, double haul, Flyfishing, historical thrillers, Oregon, pirates, small business, small business crime, thriller novels, turnarounds, women pirates
In the mid 1990’s my wife and I decided to buy a second home in France. My wife, being French, wanted to have a second home so our children (not yet born) could spend time in France and learn the language properly. My criterion was it had to be near the mountains and the ocean, [Read more…]