TURQUOISE GUARDIAN #1
The idea of murdering seven innocent people should have sickened Ovidio Natal Sanchez. Instead he felt a grim
anticipation. These people were responsible for causing that festering wound on the earth. He only wished he had been given free rein to kill as many as possible. But he was a loyal member of BEAR, and he would carry out his mission, with pleasure. He sat in a nondescript van before the loading dock of the Lilac Copper Mine holding an automatic weapon with the safety switched off.
EAGLE WARRIOR #2
Most folks wouldn’t trust Ray Strong to look after a houseplant let alone a woman and a child. But that was exactly what had happened. Ray watched the woman in question as she served a complimentary drink to one of the customers on the floor of the tribe’s casino—she dipped as she set down the glass to avoid showing too much leg in her skimpy skirt. A shame, really, because she had great legs.
Dylan Tehauno would not have stopped for the woman if she had not been standing in the road. Her convertible was parked beside her, a black Audi of all things, impractical as her attire. It was impossible that she did not hear him crunching over the gravel road. Yet she continued to stare in the opposite direction, presenting him with a very tempting view of her backside and long bare legs. Killer curves, he thought, as dangerous as the switchbacks between him and his destination on the mountain’s ridgeline.
THE WARRIOR’S WAY #4
Amazing how much a simple favor could cost you. FBI explosives expert Sophia Rivas waited for her escort to finish introductions. She held her tight smile firmly in place as she shook hands with the chief of tribal police, Wallace Tinnin. The man looked well past the age of retirement, judging from his deeply lined face. He ushered them from the station floor, such as it was, into his small, stuffy office, where everything seemed as old and worn-out as their chief.
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WHAT IS TRIBAL THUNDER?
My new series, APACHE PROTECTORS: TRIBAL THUNDER takes place on the Turquoise Canyon Apache Reservation in Arizona. Tribal Thunder is the name of the warrior sect of the tribe’s medicine society.
WHO ARE THE HEROES?
Carter Bear Den – (TURQUOISE GUARDIAN #1) Captain of the tribe’s elite wildfire fighters, the Turquoise Canyon Hotshots, and former U.S. Marine. He’s been charged with delivering a message to the shaman’s niece, his former fiancé who left him without even a Dear John letter.
Ray Strong – EAGLE WARRIOR #2) the groups bad boy, hotshot and the one your mother warned you about. He’s got a habit of making bad decisions and he’s been tapped to keep watch over the daughter of a killer.
Dylan Strong – (FIREWOLF #3) is every mother’s dream son-in-law, so why isn’t he married? He’s a former US Marine on an errand for the tribe’s shaman that might just get him killed.
Jack Bear Den – (THE WARRIOR’S WAY #4) is a detective with tribal police and Carter’s twin who needs to convince a career-driven FBI explosives expert to throw away her future to help his tribe.
(Paperback December 20 – Digital January 1)
(Paperback January 17 – Digital February 1)
My Crazy Florida Life now includes this. Look closely at the photo (below), that’s not a mechanic under that hood. Here in Florida, folks often leave their cars down south for months while they live up north. Friends start their cars, drive them occasionally. My friend was trying to charge a friend’s car battery when he noticed a possum nest under the hood. This included one annoyed possum. I was looking forthe nest and nearly got my face nipped by the little guy curled up on the air filter. Lucky for me the critter politely hissed at me first. That’s when I took this shot.
News alert – You might need to know that Florida now only allows the taking of one Hogfish per day in season. The article does not say where you are suppose to take it.
Source: Sun Sentinel, November 20, 2016
OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS
Florida Woman Creates Her Own Half-Marathon Course
Perhaps the first time you run a half-marathon it should not be in the woods on unfamiliar trails. Perhaps when she noticed there were no other runners she should have stopped runners. Perhaps when she finally found a jeep trail, she should not have assumed that this was the very same trail on her race course. She didn’t make those decisions and so, when the race coordinator’s worst nightmare came true (missing runner) they began the search and located the lost runner, missing for 12 hours . The runner “ended running over 16 miles before the park’s department located her in the reserve about 7:30 p.m.” Half marathon = 13 miles. Go her, she did it in only 12 hours. I wonder how many years she took off the race director’s life?
Source: News 6 Tampa, 12-5-16
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