Vengeace Is Mine

Phillip Hardy (Author)
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Description

When James Harding's family is brutally murdered and he himself is left for dead he learns a lesson he thought he would never learn; How to hate. After living with the Cheyenne for two years while recovering from his physical wounds, he sets out to find those who took all that was dear to him.

Taking the lessons he learned from his father and Two Bears, James begins his quest with nothing but the memory of his family's killers which were forever burned into his mind to lead him. The hunt leads him across hundreds of miles of Montana and Wyoming Territory and costs him more than time and money. One by one, those who slaughtered his family fall before him leaving him more empty and more calloused. Life, love and friendship all become secondary to hatred and revenge. To him revenge and justice mean the same thing. Killing and death become his companions and hatred their fuel. But will that hatred turn his soul as black as the souls of those who brought death to his home or will a force bigger than hate stop him before it's too late?

Product Details

Price
$14.95
Publisher
BHC Press
Publish Date
June 20, 2017
Pages
244
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.55 X 8.5 inches | 0.69 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781946006820
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About the Author

The son of a WWII era veteran and father of a soldier, Phillip is a decorated military veteran and former Drill Sergeant himself. Phillip served his country with honor for thirteen years. His love of westerns started at a young age reading such greats as Louis L'Amour and Zane Grey and now he is the author of Lone Oak, and now Vengeance Is Mine. Phillip was the owner, editor and chief writer for a monthly newspaper dedicated to delivering news in a fun format. He did the research each month to produce interesting, historical stories about holidays or events that took place in that month. For example, in the March issue you might find the story and legend of Saint Patrick, the man who all of Ireland adopted as their own. Phillip is a member of several writing groups and is dedicated to making his stories the best available in their genre. Starting as a member of a small but intense group, Phillip worked hard to perfect his craft. Now he shares his experience and ideas with other aspiring authors while learning from the members in each of those groups.