In the final days of World War II, a series of strange coincidences happen in the jungles of Thailand. First, all the prisoners of a Japanese POW camp escape at once. Then a train loaded with stolen gold from Burma is stopped near the prison camp and some of the gold is stolen again. Finally, a plane carrying the camp's commandant and the gold takes off from a hastily constructed air field and heads southeast.
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Fritz Allhoff, PhD, is an assistant professor of philosophy at Western Michigan University. His research areas are in ethical theory, applied ethics, and philosophy of biology/science. He is the editor of "Wine & Philosophy" (Blackwell 2007).
Dave Monroe was an accomplished chef, restaurant consultant, and caterer prior to pursuing academic philosophy. He is an adjunct instructor at the Applied Ethics Institute of St. Petersburg College.
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