Nothing Is Negotiable

Nothing Is Negotiable

by Mark Bentsen


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Bonnie Wakefield is an up and coming outdoor photographer with two coffee table books to her credit. When she gets a last minute invitation to speak at a photographic workshop in Glacier National Park, she jumps on it. It will be her first speaking engagement outside Texas so she and her husband, Luke, decide to turn it into a working vacation. But things turn deadly and she's forced to make a life-changing decision. Can she commit a crime to save the life of her husband? Sounds like an easy decision but it will put the life of a child in jeopardy. And if she does it, can she live with the crime she commits?

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ISBN-13: 9781494432850
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/28/2013
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author


I grew up in Edcouch, a small town in the Rio Grande Valley of south Texas. Dad was a citrus farmer and mom's primary job other than being city manager was keeping me and my three brothers in line. The summer after each of us turned twelve we went to work for our dad on the farm. It was hot, tedious work and it convinced me that I didn't want to do that the rest of my life. After high school I went to college at Texas Tech University where I got my degree in Range and Wildlife Management. I had dreams of being a wildlife biologist, but unfortunately jobs were scarce, so I followed my horticultural interest and went to work for a large, wholesale nursery. That was in 1975 and I'm still there today. It's been a great career with a wonderful company.

My wife, Sharyn, and I live in Austin, Texas, not far from our daughter, son-in-law and three grandsons.

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