A Convenient Death


For Paco O'Reilly, it started out by needing to help a distraught young man that walked into his bar one night, thinking that his father had murdered his mother, years ago. It was a perfect murder, until Paco O'Reilly started looking into it. As Paco dove into the old case, he encountered deadly connections to the Cartels in Colombia and the Mob. Paco and his assistant, Joey, a paroled money launderer, tried to dodge the dangers the encountered as they dug up the past. What followed is a riveting story of betrayal and intrigue.

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Author Name : Peter Dunev

     Peter Dunev (1947-not yet) was born in Madrid, Spain, to an American father and a Swedish mother, and grew up in Europe. He joined the US Marine Corps, became a Naval Aviator, and flew helicopters in Vietnam. Subsequently, he became a stockbroker in New York, and lived and traveled around the world for his clients for 40 years. Peter is now retired and living in the central highlands of Mexico. He spends his time writing, and when he has time, playing tennis. He recently published his fourth book, The Last Tango on Crooked Island.


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He rode an old McClellan that had seen better days

But he sat up there like a king who controlled all he surveyed

His mount a buckskin mare as pretty as you’ve seen

With legs meant for working and eyes bright and clean

Behind him trailed a mule, a fine example of the breed

A pack piled high with goods but no halter or a lead


I asked him where he’s headed and where he might have been

The reason for his travel and what he might have seen

“I’ve seen the greatest country that God ever made

Sometimes mountain vistas, sometimes a grassy plain.

I’ve seen family members who make me feel ashamed

And many fellow workers who lie their way to fame


I’ve seen herds of caribou clicking cross the plain

Massive Mountain Grizzlies, great horses wild and tame.

I’ve seen massive progress ended by greedy fools

Or by those who need control and impose silly rules

And others stopping growth by thinking with their heart

When simple logic tells ‘em the horse is behind the cart.


We all get our little chance but others need a turn

The younger need some room to grow to build to learn

When I’ve done my time, my life here is thru

I don’t want my final vision to be only gloom and fools.

I’ll be free of all that as will the mule and mare

We’ve trod the greatest land, together scenery shared


It all makes my former life shallow and pale

And now where I travel nothing is ever stale

I’ve had my days of wealth measured in dollars and cents

With days, weeks and years surrounded by wall and fence

But now I have much more, a far greater treasure

Surrounded by natures wonders, beauty that can’t be measured



Any measure of success may not be right for all

The test that has some rise up will make others fall

I hope the path I travel and the message that I preach

Will be heard and understood by people that I meet

No one has the right to say that my view is wrong

Nor do I have the right to condemn another’s song


But enjoy the journey and help your fellow man

Have a laugh and learn, and make a proper stand

For something you believe, give it a proper fight

And if you should lose and you know you might

Within your heart you’ll know you did your very best

And did what you thought right when put to the test.

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