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John has delivered medical aid to orphanages and hospitals across the globe, including Romania during the revolution, South America and Bosnia during the war. His autobiography, The Benevolence of Rogues, tells of the characters he encountered during his many dangerous missions, when he enlisted unlikely support from those he calls 'benevolent rogues'. These men and women used their wit and guile to deliver medical aid and help save lives. Thirty years later, he decided to weave these extraordinary stories into his thrilling novel, "Heartbreak".

"Heartbreak" by John Righten

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1990. Lenka Brett, a young teacher, volunteers to deliver medical aid to a Romanian orphanage. An English naval officer, volunteers to be her co-driver. They join a convoy of aid drivers. Lenka falls in love with one of them, but when they become the target of mercenaries, tragedy follows, and she discovers her lover is not who he appeared to be.

John was interviewed by the editor of IndieReader (US) about his latest novel "Heartbreak".

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Heartbreak by John Righten

Heartbreak. 1990. Lenka Brett, a smart but unworldly young Irish teacher, volunteers to deliver medical aid when the world learns of the horrifying plight of children in Romanian orphanages.

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