By Stephen Brandon
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Published: June 21, 2012
Words: 47,035 (approximate)
Language: American English
What does a man do when his wife dies? Of course he goes to visit friends for comfort. However, one of his friends starts him on a path that could get him killed or make him rich.
What does a man do when his wife dies? Of course he goes to visit friends for comfort. However, one of his friends starts him on a path that leads him to an Indian reservation in Arizona. Death, mayhem, and magic swirl around him.
Circumstances then get him involved with an organization that uses him to divert attention from what they are doing. Unfortunately the top man's daughters find him attractive and decide to keep him.
"I see several problems, Sir. First, I think that some of our unsavory friends may overlap. Second, you're right, I'm not in control of the girls. Third, I didn't ask for this situation and must try to make the best of it. Fourth, ...? Fifth, do I want to or will I survive this situation?"
Soon another situation with further reaching consequences taps him on the shoulder.
, sb journal
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