The Sand Trap
The Sand Trap
by Dave Marshall
This is a novel of love, murder and golf set in Canada, Mexico and the United States.
Melanie McDougal was raised on a farm in Saskatchewan by a single father. When she was 4 years old he built a revenge golf course in memory of his wife who ran away with a traveling golf professional. She discovered early in life that that she had special athletic abilities that helped her excel in every sport, but were most evident in her passion for golf. A passing encounter with Moe Norman at her fathers ‘Folly’ when she was 8 years old set her on a trajectory of golf performance that would rock the U.S. collegiate golf world.Tragedy would force her to leave the game of golf and disappear for over 30 years from all who loved her, until she was discovered once again by someone who was also escaping life, but shared her passion for the game.
Gord Salmey was nurtured in the Ottawa country club set. In 20111 and recently abandoned by his wife of 35 years, he decided to retire from both his day job as Vice President International for a small university and his part time job as a special agent for the Canadian Government. His retirement goal was to make golf’s Champion Tour. Unfortunately the nature of his government work didn’t make retirement possible and an attempt on his life required him to change his identity. This new identity involved a job as a teaching professional in a in a Mexican resort town where he continued his preparation for the Champion’s Tour and his work with the Canadian government.
With the backdrop of the Mexican resort town, Melinda and Gord face their histories, their insecurities,their emotions, their aging, their future and element of the Mexican drug trade intent on killing them both.
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