Transnistria: 14 Tips for Surviving the Last Remaining USSR Country that Doesn’t Officially Exist

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In the mid-1970s a surviving WWII era Japanese soldier by the name of Hiroo Onoda was discovered still at war while living a solitary militant life in the dense Philippine jungle. Not having any clue that the global conflict ended 30 years earlier, the man steadfastly held onto his beliefs, duty, and loyalty to country. In a…

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NY Times/USA Today bestselling ITW Thriller Award winning author. Go to WWW.VINZANDRI.COM to get my new novel, THE GIRL WHO WASN’T THERE.

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Vincent Zandri

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NY Times/USA Today bestselling ITW Thriller Award winning author. Go to WWW.VINZANDRI.COM to get my new novel, THE GIRL WHO WASN’T THERE.

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