The Fugitive's Gambit

Two years ago, law professor, Max Becker wrote a book about secession. Now, he is being hunted down by FEMA agents. Wounded in the arm, he jumps into the Consumnes river and is swept to the sanctuary of a cave hidden in the Sierras. But someone else is there- an agent who has faked his death. Now the real battle begins as ideologies clash. Only one will survive-or neither as the feds pursue both. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781458153173
About Chance DeWitt

Because of the controversial nature of his works, Chance DeWitt provides no information on himself, preferring to allow the readers to focus on the content of his books. That content, whether fiction or non-fiction, is gleaned from decades of his interaction with governments as both an advocate and a victim.

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