Panic Point

Panic Point

by Bill Briscoe

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Overview

When the love of Earl's life goes missing, he'll risk everything to find her.

After Earl's bride vanishes in the Smoky Mountains on their honeymoon, the former Navy SEAL is certain she's been abducted. Worse, a storm has washed away any potential evidence. With nothing to go on, the park rangers call off the official search. Then another man loses his daughter in the same area.
Can one last lead help Earl find Morgan before he loses her forever?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161896921
Publisher: Bill Briscoe
Publication date: 03/26/2019
Series: The Pepperman Mystery Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 71,885
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Bill grew up in the oil and gas refinery town of Phillips in the Texas Panhandle. He said it was a perfect place to grow up because the town of four thousand lived pretty much at the same socio-economic level. All the company-owned homes had green asbestos roofs and white shingle siding. Most everyone drove Fords or Chevys.
After graduating from college with a Masters Degree, he spent most of his career working for a major insurance company as an agency manager and consultant.
About five years before retirement he told his wife he wanted to write a novel. He’d had an idea rolling around in his head for about ten years. The result is Pepperman’s Promise--the first book in The Pepperman Mystery Series.
One of his hobbies includes going to various sports venues across the country. He’s seen baseball games at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Camden Yards in Baltimore, St. Louis and Arlington. One special trip was to South Bend ,Indiana, to watch a Notre Dame game. He’s also attended college football games at Baylor, Texas Tech, Ole Miss, Texas, and Oklahoma.
Bill married his wife Liz in 1969. They have two daughters, Blythe and Brook, two grandchildren Chloe and Foster, and two sons-in-law, Jeff and Justin. Bill constantly asks Jeff and Justin to repair broken items. They say having Bill as a helper is like having no help at all.

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