Olongapo Earp By J.E. Park Now Available In Digital and on Kindle Unlimited!

I am pleased to announce that as 06 May 21 the digital version of the second book in the Tequila Vikings Saga, Olongapo Earp, is available for purchase!

Though a work of fiction, Olongapo Earp is inspired by actual events and follows the misadventures, trials, and tribulations of Doyle Murphy and the rest of the Tequila Vikings as they reach the Far East. Set against the exotic backdrops of Hawaii, Japan, and the Philippines, Olongapo Earp picks up right where Tequila Vikings left off, opening a rare window into a way of life not often documented in American literature.

Pick up your copy today on Amazon.com!

You can still pick up your copy for only $2.99 (Copy reverts back to full price of $4.99 on Monday, 10 May 21).

What people are saying about Olongapo Earp!:

★★★★★ – “I enjoyed Tequila Vikings but this book makes me never want this story to end. Can’t imagine how I will be able to wait for the next book!”

★★★★★ – “JE Park does it again with his story of Doyle Murphy’s ridicously entertaining antics along with his shipmates while stationed in the Philippines. As with Tequila Vikings, I thoroughly enjoyed devouring this book and anxiously await Doyle’s latest escapades.”

★★★★★ – “After the first book I had an idea what to expect. Boy was I right. It did not disappoint. Highly recommend whether you’re former military or not, you will be entertained!”

★★★★★ – “Exceptionally well-written Western Pacific experiences”

“Seriously?!? What the hell’s the matter with you?!? I did NOT raise you this way!” – JE Park’s mother.

Gangsters. Guerillas. Prostitutes. Wartime collaborators. Army mutineers. Pimps. Street Assassins. Moonshiners. Master Chief Bradley Darrow did three tours with the Armed Forces Police Department in the Philippines. He knew all the malcontents that earned Subic Bay its infamous reputation.

Darrow’s problem was that they all knew him, too. Once word on the street got out that he was back in town, there would be no shortage of people willing to seize the last chance they may ever get to take a shot at him. He wanted someone like Doyle Murphy watching his back.

Only Doyle Murphy was hardly up to the task. His already tenuous hold on his sanity was shattered in Japan. His descent into a full-blown breakdown is arrested only by an unlikely friendship forged with a young neighbor girl. Compelled to help her avoid the fate of her mother, a beautiful Filipina prostitute that Murphy is reluctantly falling for, he may not have the focus he needs to navigate the chaos that Darrow leaves in his wake.

Can Murphy accept the love of a woman forced by circumstance into selling herself to feed her child? Can his fragile psyche survive four weeks in the crossfire of a vendetta seemingly spawned by the past sins of Olongapo Earp? Or can he find peace within the pandemonium of Subic Bay and discover a place that he can finally call home?

Book Two of the Tequila Vikings Trilogy.

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