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As he looked across the Detroit River and the Canadian sunset, Jack thought about what to do with his life after deciding not to meet Linh, his lover from Vietnam. Jack’s time watching the Sunrise in Saigon with Linh has become a distant past; he decided to return to Nella, his new girlfriend, and head to Portugal to meet her parents. William, his eldest child, has become a thriving software architect at Cybercom. Regina, his daughter, left the Coast Guard to attend Law School.
After graduating with honors, Regina becomes recruited by a shadow law firm secretly working with the China Army hacker group.
Travis Jones and General Vo, head of China's PLA cybersecurity forces and members of the Fong Gao Triads criminal organization, secretly recruit Regina into the law firm as part of the global scheme to hack into Taiwan’s network and steal their classified data and bitcoin.
However, still seeking revenge, Travis Jones is planning to destroy Jack's life while attempting to steal the secret hacker base in Vietnam needed to pull off the cyber attack against Taiwan.
CIA Station chief Forest Adams also chased a demon of the past by discovering Dimi Zosh, a Russian Mafia killer and special forces solder from the Afghanistan occupation in the 1980s, is still alive.
Dimi, working with Travis Jones, joined forces with the Chinese PLA hackers' attempt to steal bitcoins from both the Japanese and Taiwan exchanges. Jack and Forest race scowler Taiwan and Okinawa looking for a way to stop Travis Jones and Dimi Zosh from pulling off the cyber attack of the century.
With echoes of Tom Clancy and Jack Higgins, Sunrise in Saigon is Patrick Greenwood's first book in a new series about romance, love, and passion against the backdrop of the Post- Vietnam War.
Sunrise in Saigon is a historical romance novel about Jack Kendall and Linh Ngo, two individuals struggling with unhappy marriages and poor health. After connecting online, Jack sets out on a cycling tour of Vietnam to meet Linh while keeping his intentions hidden. They both choose to leave their current relationships and share an unforgettable romance. But like all good things, their time together is limited, and the sunrise in Saigon symbolizes their love that lasts a lifetime.
Intrigued by the country of Vietnam since 11, Jack Kendall long remembered the fall of Saigon in 1975 and its painful aftermath. Jack learns from eyewitnesses about the long shadow of the Vietnam war, its atrocities, and its aftermath.
After years of chatting online, Jack desires to follow his heart to meet Linh in person. Linh, wanting to feel Jack's love, wanted nothing more than to be held by him.
Trapped in a loveless marriage, Linh agrees to meet Jack in Saigon. They both know they have found something special when they set eyes on each other. Despite their obstacles, they leap a faith and give their love a chance, even if it means giving up their current relationships.
Experience the passion and romance that ignites between Jack and Linh as they explore Vietnam and each other. Follow their journey as they discover the true meaning of love and the courage it takes to pursue it.
But like all good things, their time together is not forever. The sunrise in Saigon that brought them together becomes the emotional connection between them for the rest of their lives.
Patrick Greenwood, after military service, he embark on the 25-year career in the information technology field working in various roles in sales, engineering, support, and design. Many of his inspirations for writing came via this business travels to places like Vietnam, China, Japan, Taiwan and Portugal. A true believer in listening to one’s passion, Patrick began writing in early 2020 based on several trips he made while cycling in various countries. In this novel, “Sunrise in Saigon”, Patrick draws upon several non-fictional events that happened in Vietnam including the war with the US, the last days of Saigon falling, and the chaos at the US embassy. Having remembered these events as a young man, Patrick grew up wanting someday to travel to Vietnam and visit these places for himself.
In 2012, Patrick did make the first trip to Vietnam to find the lost US embassy and the catholic nuns that helped with “Operation babylift. Patrick followed his passion for cycling by completing several bike tours in Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong delta regions.
Patrick is a holder of a B.S and MBA in Global Marketing along with completing several post-graduate certificate programs in information security, Internet of things, and global management from MIT.
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