Beneath A Pagan Sky

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In 1951 idyllic Ozark life turned to fear as a machinegun-wielding gang of bank robbers began shooting their way across the south, unleashing the largest manhunt in American history. For weeks, State Troopers Don Tucker and Crawford Henley pursue sociopath Jimmy Haggard's crew until they realize the men they are after may have been responsible for Don's parents' fatal house fire ten years earlier!

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About Everly Hartland

I have lived many hats so far (yes, I meant to say that). I've worn farmer, teacher, artist, rancher, builder, parent and lover, among other. Sometime you eat the bear, sometimes the bear eats you but it gives me something to write about either way.

My family, critters and I live in the woods, near a lake in the country. Thank you for taking time to read me.

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Richard Silva reviewed on on Feb. 4, 2010
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I started to read this book on my PDA and only turned it off twice. He captures the mind and feelings of the individuals so well that I felt as if I knew them. His description of the lasting effects on the combat vets was close to home. I was an American Indian Chaplain in the state prison and these bad guys would have been disliked by their peers.

In summary, if you want to be gripped by a story, read this one.

Rich Silva
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Richard Silva reviewed on on Feb. 4, 2010
(no rating)
I started to read this book on my PDA and only turned it off twice. He captures the mind and feelings of the individuals so well that I felt as if I knew them. His description of the lasting effects on the combat vets was close to home. I was an American Indian Chaplain in the state prison and these bad guys would have been disliked by their peers.

In summary, if you want to be gripped by a story, read this one.

Rich Silva
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Richard Silva reviewed on on Feb. 4, 2010
(no rating)
I started to read this book on my PDA and only turned it off twice. He captures the mind and feelings of the individuals so well that I felt as if I knew them. His description of the lasting effects on the combat vets was close to home. I was an American Indian Chaplain in the state prison and these bad guys would have been disliked by their peers.

In summary, if you want to be gripped by a story, read this one.

Rich Silva
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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