Ace Drummond Chapter Two, ``The Invisible Enemy'', opens with the revelation that Ace Drummond is not dead.( Collapse )
Trivia: On 27 June 1615 British East India Company agent R Wickam in Hirado, Japan, made one of the earliest known mentions of tea by an Englishman, in a letter to a man named Eaton, an agent in Macao. Source: The World of Caffeine: The Science and Culture of the World's Most Popular Drug, Bennett Alan Weinberg, Bonnie K Bealer.
Currently Reading: ``The Good War'', Studs Terkel.