Matthew "Doc" Pearson is a fifth-generation Florida native who, except for 126 months and three days of service to his country, has lived and worked as a Florida cow hunter. It was while serving in a clandestine military unit that he learned the kinds of skills that he hoped to never need again. Today, Doc is content just riding for his brand, the Sunset Ranch, in Central Florida.
Yet, when someone close to him goes missing, Doc teams up with his most trusted friend, an equally accomplished soldier, and against his better judgment, the ex-wife who shot him in the shoulder during the divorce. Decisive, quick, and deadly, the team is joined by other operatives who, although retired from official service, still maintain their special skills and life-long commitment to their unit and to one another. Together they are a highly trained tactical team that is unhampered by the restrictions of the Posse Comitatus, the rules of war or the legal restrictions and policies that otherwise hamper official channels... unless they get caught.
|Publisher:||Joel Steven Kidd|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.49(d)|
About the Author
Steve and co-author John Czajkowski, were the principle authors and photographers for three textbooks that were published by Penwell and McGraw-Hill, and wrote and produced over 50 award winning video training programs used to teach fire and rescue techniques to firefighters and rescue technicians around the world.
Now retired from the Fire Department, Steve continues his carrier as a writer and multimedia producer at Delve Productions, Inc., a company he co-owns with Alex Menendez in Orlando, Florida. Delve serves Fortune 500 companies, the medical industry, public safety, transportation and tourism, and has produced documentaries that showcase Florida history and travel.