The Prosecution of General Hastings

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After a stellar career in the Army, Major General Jack Hastings finds himself wearing a new uniform...the orange jumpsuit issued by the Oklahoma City Jail. A young woman has been brutally murdered and Hastings' prints are all over the crime scene. General Hastings has something that a Mexican drug cartel wants. And they will do anything to get it. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
  • Words: 66,050
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781476124988
About A. A. MacQueen

I interrupted a Bridge game one Saturday night in 1947. Though I remained an only child, my parents continued to play Bridge well into their 80s. I lived the nomad life of an "Army Brat," which I consider a wonderful up-bringing even though I did attend 10 schools in 12 years. I began writing as soon as I could hold one of those fat pencils to my Big Chief tablet but I allowed a 30 year career in sales to get in the way of taking it seriously. I got a degree in Economics from Auburn University and there is absolutely no truth to the rumor that after five years of missteps and changed majors, they just threw a diploma into my car when I drove slowly down College Street. I spent three years working for Uncle Sam as an Army officer and served one of those years in the Garden Spot of Southeast Asia, otherwise known as Vietnam... also known as "the land of the two-way rifle range." I'm not one of those malcontents with a chip on his shoulder for having served there. I am proud of my service to the country to whom we all owe so much. I made life-long friends in the Army and saw parts of life that I would not otherwise have seen. Much of my writing draws from that experience. I write for pleasure. Both mine and yours.

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Review by: Peter Nicholas Farrell on Dec. 16, 2015 :
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Well written, as one expects from this author. Good storyline, plenty of twists.
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