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by Alton Gansky
     
 

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There are places we were never meant to go.
Ray Beeman went.

Ray Beeman is a man in pursuit of a dream. With two published novels under his belt he knew he was on his way. Then his publisher went bankrupt. His future went dark. No money, no income, no profession. Could he start over? Yes, with the help of a stranger who offers him a dream job that allows

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There are places we were never meant to go.
Ray Beeman went.

Ray Beeman is a man in pursuit of a dream. With two published novels under his belt he knew he was on his way. Then his publisher went bankrupt. His future went dark. No money, no income, no profession. Could he start over? Yes, with the help of a stranger who offers him a dream job that allows him to continue writing. All he has to do is make up “PR” plot lines for a government agency. Not hard for a man with an active imagination. Dream jobs, Ray learns, often come with nightmares. Forced to see what no man should; forced to go where no person was meant to step; drawn across a threshold between worlds, Ray pays for his lucrative job with his sanity. Terrified as he is, he fears one fact more: His actions have put his family in peril.

There are worse things than evil men.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014930505
Publisher:
Tag Line Books
Publication date:
07/17/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
277,951
File size:
262 KB

Meet the Author

Alton Gansky is the author of over 40 published books. He has penned nearly 30 novels and written several nonfiction books. He has taught hundreds of writers across the nation. A former minister, Gansky often writes from a biblical world view. www.altongansky.com

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Plot Line 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am not a person who reads a lot of short stories as they seem to rush everything. The 7 hours series was an exception as was this book. After reading the book I even thought the Title was fitting. This book was great fiction and a great thriller. Even with all the fun of reading there is a great lesson to be learned. If you think things are bad, they can always get worse. The story did not feel like a short story. All characters were developed and the writing was terrific. Even though we make wrong decisions in our life, there is always hope. I will definitely be reading more from this author.