This is going to be difficult for me but I think I'm up to the challenge. Understand, I am a wise woman of strong opinions. :-) After all, when I'm right, I'm right, right? ;-) So many people seem to be in a quandary as to voting this year.  Personally, I've just about tuned out the entire horse race.  Yet within me is the conviction that vote I must. My forefathers, brave men like John Hancock and George Washington and James Madison risked swinging from a gallows so that I might have the privilege. ...


Flee The Tiger

Flee The Tiger

A World War II adventure of espionage and mystery, with a twist of romance
Kay Rizzo • 2011

Singapore, 1941-

The ultimate weapon: The blueprints for Ka-Go, a microwave death ray that pulverizes human bodies from the inside out, are stolen from a Japanese research center.

The unlikely currier: When the thief entrusts one half of the stolen data to a widowed schoolteacher, American Matthew Corona, he along with his two young sons, must flee before the “Tiger of Malay” and the Imperial Army bludgeoning its way across Southeast Asia. Matthew must retrieve the second half of the plans and deliver the complete package to British headquarters in Hong Kong before sailing for the security of Hawaii’s shores.

The relentless warrior: Dogging the trail of the stolen blueprints is a cruel and bloodlust mercenary known as The Warrior.

The cynical socialite: To escape the Japanese barricade, the spoiled, American-born, socialite Lady Vivian Chadwick III agrees to play nanny to Matthew’s two sons, Andy and Billy, in exchange for her safe passage to Hawaii.

Neither could have predicted the horrific events of December 7, 1941.

Flee the Tiger, a compelling tale of non-stop mystery, intrigue, danger, courage, and passion, will captivate the reader’s imagination and heart.