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Mist On The River
     

Mist On The River

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by Michael English Bierwiler
 

In Texas in the 1990s, two childhood friends carve out similar lives and careers. The difficult balance between friendship and rivalry leads Jim to assimilate Buck's personality to compensate for his own character flaws. Jim's personality begins to unravel and wreak havoc on everyone around him. Mist on the River explores the travesty of a man trying to recreate

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In Texas in the 1990s, two childhood friends carve out similar lives and careers. The difficult balance between friendship and rivalry leads Jim to assimilate Buck's personality to compensate for his own character flaws. Jim's personality begins to unravel and wreak havoc on everyone around him. Mist on the River explores the travesty of a man trying to recreate his own personality based on the characteristics of the friend he simultaneously envies and admires.

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ISBN-13:
9781424124428
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
03/06/2006
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
0.41(w) x 8.50(h) x 5.50(d)

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Mist On The River 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Wolf-Run More than 1 year ago
This is the first book of ME Bierwiler's "The Levee" series of cop books (the original copyright date of 1996 is inside the cover). The main characters are Jim and Buck who start out as redneck kids. Jim always seems to take shortcuts while Buck has to take the long way around, but Jim doesn't appreciate how good he really has it. Both boys fall in love with the same girl but remain close friends which is the main theme of the story. They work for a sergent named Doc who acts like a father figure and has their characters all figured out. After you read the book, the sequel of what happens to Jim in later life takes off in the book The Color of Darkness where he abandons his comfortable life and gets mixed up with drug dealers. The other book in the series is Living in Quiet Rage which is a prequel that tells about the tragedy in Doc's life that made him the man he is today. Both are pretty good reads and you can read them in any order since its like they are written from three different points of view. You don't have to know what went on in the other two books to understand the action in the one your reading.