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In December 1945, two Japanese soldiers on Guam attempted to surrender to a patrol of US Marines. The marines, assuming them to be armed, shot and killed them. Another Japanese soldier witnessed the incident from the jungle. He fled, and his previous assessment of the treacherous Americans was enhanced. His zeal for retribution became ingrained in his psyche.
In September 1946, four marines on a routine patrol on Guam seek renegade Japanese who had been stealing from the outlying villages. They’re ambushed, and among the fighters is the zealous Japanese soldier. The incident brings about a chain of events that leaves the reader wondering . . . who are the true renegades? The marines or the Japanese?