• BEHIND THE MASK (SA LIKOD NG MASKARA)
  • Emikat Jun

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1471-0
    • No. of Pages: 222
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021




    • Description:

      Following a frantic phone call, journalist Maya Wara-Smith is forced to put her quiet, comfortable life in the Scottish Highlands on hold. Her cousin’s young daughter, Nina, has been kidnapped in the Philippines, Maya’s home country, and is feared dead. Sick with worry, Maya boards the next flight to Manila, leaving her husband Keith, a retired secret agent, to look after things at home.

      As Maya battles to locate Nina before it’s too late, she is devastated to witness the changes her beloved homeland has undergone in the 20 years since she left, after meeting and marrying Keith on the idyllic Philippine island of Puerto Galla. Back then, she and Keith were instrumental in uncovering a major paedophile ring; now a political system riddled with corruption and the widespread use of the illegal drug shabu has caused the Philippines to be dubbed ‘the sick man of Asia’.

      The election of a new president and a major drugs crackdown has finally brought hope to Maya’s troubled homeland, but little does she know that her vocal support for the new leader and her appearance on Philippine TV has put her own life in grave danger…






    • BEHIND THE MASK (SA LIKOD NG MASKARA)
    • by:  Emikat Jun
      • or 3 payments of ₱193 with     
      • ISBN
        978-621-02-1471-0
      •     
      • Page length
        222 pages
      •     
      • Dimension
        6 x 9 inches
      •     
      • Edition
        2021
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    Description:


    Following a frantic phone call, journalist Maya Wara-Smith is forced to put her quiet, comfortable life in the Scottish Highlands on hold. Her cousin’s young daughter, Nina, has been kidnapped in the Philippines, Maya’s home country, and is feared dead. Sick with worry, Maya boards the next flight to Manila, leaving her husband Keith, a retired secret agent, to look after things at home.

    As Maya battles to locate Nina before it’s too late, she is devastated to witness the changes her beloved homeland has undergone in the 20 years since she left, after meeting and marrying Keith on the idyllic Philippine island of Puerto Galla. Back then, she and Keith were instrumental in uncovering a major paedophile ring; now a political system riddled with corruption and the widespread use of the illegal drug shabu has caused the Philippines to be dubbed ‘the sick man of Asia’.

    The election of a new president and a major drugs crackdown has finally brought hope to Maya’s troubled homeland, but little does she know that her vocal support for the new leader and her appearance on Philippine TV has put her own life in grave danger…