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Shattered Alliances

by Daniel M. Fein
Publisher: iUniverse
Release Date: 2000-11-01
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
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Synopsis : Shattered Alliances written by Daniel M. Fein, published by iUniverse which was released on 2000-11-01. Download Shattered Alliances Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. ... not to mention enough information about his drug plans to completely shatter the drug -368-369-370 Shattered Alliances. -- A single bullet pierces a muggy summer evening in Dayton, Vermont, a small town set in the majestic Green Mountains. Its intended target, Rachel Gates, is a seemingly average citizen, except for her connections to the drug lord José Tahs. The bullet is meant to silence her before she can reveal what she knows. The assassination attempt fails as Special Agent Andrew Brown stops the killers before they destroy his one lead to Tahs. Several days before Christmas, Andrew Brown calls an emergency meeting where he explains why he believes Dayton is in great danger. For Christmas, Tahs has planned the largest drug drop of the century to take place in Dayton. He's out to fulfill a vendetta and challenges his arch-nemesis to try to stop him. Andrew gladly accepts the challenge. Andrew finds himself chasing José Tahs in a world of drugs, deceit and deception as the town he's lived in the past two years becomes a town he no longer knows. Thrust into a world where people are not always what they seem, survival comes at a steep price. Welcome to Shattered Alliances, where your best friend may also be your worst enemy.

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