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Justice on the Mountain: White River Series

Justice on the Mountain: White River Series

by Michael Giere

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Overview

Kidnapped separately, terrified and alone, Deputy Sheriff Sharon Toro and her husband, Floyd Marshall, are each forced to make brutally hard life and death decisions to protect innocent life and for their own survival. They only have their faith and wits to guide them.

Justice on the Mountain is a book about faith, love, and determination. It will touch your spirit, your heart and your mind as you live in the fast paced thriller in the rugged Colorado Rockies.

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“Great story, great characters, and moral dilemmas right out of today’s news.”

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“Cartels, murders, kidnappings, helicopters, love and redemption. Great story, wonderful characters and a great message.”



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781629897486
Publisher: World Castle Publishing
Publication date: 08/14/2017
Series: White River Series , #2
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

After decades of writing non-fiction, Mike Giere debuts his first fiction novel, One Mountain at a Time, in 2015. His new novel is the first of five in the "White River Series," that bring together real life adventures on Colorado's famed Western Slope, with stories of faith, hope and love.

Giere's extensive non-fiction writing on current affairs, politics, foreign policy and issues of faith have been seen in national publications including The Washington Times, The Washington Post, and Human Events among others, as well as numerous national blogs. In addition, he has written major studies and monographs for various federal agencies, including the Department of State (The Foreign Policy of the People's Revolutionary Government of Granada).

Originally from Texas, Giere now lives in Virginia with his wife, Colleen. They have three grown children and three grandchildren.

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