At the conclusion of Don't Bury Us, Book 1, Blood & Treasure Series, the reader is forewarned of the threat posed by a leftist organization that aspires to eliminate the Distinguished Service Cross – one of the nation's highest honors reserved for heroic military service – on the basis that it willfully violates the First Amendment of the Constitution. It is further alleged that the Distinguished Service Cross is a serious affront to the dignity of non-Christians, agnostics and atheists and, as a symbol, must be consigned to the dustbin of history. Veloy Vreeland asks his legal assistant, Darla Angleton, if she can contain this offensive heresy before it reaches the point of desecrating the memory and honor of those who have given so much to defend the nation? Darla, without a blink of an eye, accepts the challenge and the battle is on.
About the Author
After receiving his first rejection slip from Esquire magazine when he was fifteen years old, J.S. Bradford eventually published his first novel, Faded Tattoos, as a mass market paperback in 1988. Since then he has never stopped writing and is elated to have found a niche within the cyber world of digital publishing. Bradford is presently engaged in writing his No Asylum series which highlights the misdeeds of secret agent Xavier DuBois.