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About Robert L. Conley
Robert L. Conley
Writing for the last 15 years after adventures as a leading Chiropractor in my field and retiring to travel. Spent time developing the family farm into subdivision along with horse training. Along the journey I found the love of my life Grace. You will get to know her as you read. The saga continues as life unfolds. Join us, the best is yet to come.
Of course this is a novel but nothing is impossible. We have to change things now and make it right again. We can do it and I'm hoping that the pen is mightier than the sword. I'm going to keep writing about the ugliness of it all, hoping and praying I make a difference.
We must stop this scourge on our souls, our country, our lives. How to do this is simple. We care. Care enough to build shelters that are for our young. Provide them with a way home or jobs that make a living. A trade, schooling, or whatever it takes to get them off the streets and out of the hands of no account bastards that make their living off our children.
The Old Indian appears again and again with his cryptic tidbits which infuriate Grace. “Just come out and say what the hell you mean” then again she’d just drop an atomic bomb over the area and kill the SOB and have it done and over with instead of getting all shot up.
No matter how hard he tries Dr. Bob can’t get rid of the damn dogs only this time he wishes he had Three Toes on his side. It might even the odds.
Evil puts Dr. Bob in a position that gives him no choice. The men that hunt him live by no rules. Their end is to have money and power that they try and achieve at anyone's expense. Few can fight back; Dr. Bob and Grace are two of the few.
With this responsibility Dr. Bob has two redeeming legacies from beyond. The Old Indian and Dr. Bob's ancestors that help when they can; and the gift. The taking of another human life no matter if they are the scum of the earth will turn a man's insides sideways unless he uses the gift. The gift of the song that turns things right side up.
The toughest to write, of course, is the Old Indian. No one has ever called me cryptic. To me he is the main man, ever looming over everyone's shoulder waiting to jump out of the page and into your heart with a campfire, a skillet, a fire stick, and a stack of fry bread ready to heat up and eat.
He's that voice in our head that tells us the right things to do. With it we understand right and wrong. Cryptic as he may be, he always leaves enough for you to know.
Conley did it again with another action packed thriller from the start. Downtown Duluth should be in shambles except...
Conley understands Stricland enough to know that he needs that one special person that accepts him and loves him in spite of all his flaws. She can travel the same road and is the partner he and Conley have been looking for all their lives.
I think I can safely say that Conley found his. Look at all of his dedications to Grace.
Stricland and Scanlon have a protege but he doesn't have the gut that Stricland has. With everything that goes on in Kansas City that's a deficit. Luckily Scanlon and Stricland have a big pair of wings.
and he has to testify against him which in order to stay alive he’s put in Witness Protection.
His luck isn’t much better when he ends up in Tucson. He meets the Bitch from Hell that is to protect him; Jena Freeman. He gets his ass shot before he even gets to the hiding place.
What happens next is an action packed, page flipping, thrilling adventure with an exciting turn of events that just keeps coming in this first of a series.
The US Government can’t do anything about the problem in Mexico but private citizens don’t have the legal constraints especially when drug lords, tunnels, horses and the dead of night are used.
In this fast paced action adventure thriller Conley takes you on a mission of justice from days gone by that maybe should rise again. Conley asks; with the confines that a lawful society puts on us can we really protect what is precious in our lives?