Backwoods Justice

Backwoods Justice 2

by Chuck Walsh

Publication Date: 06/04/2015

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When Rubin Sawyer, a former resident of Iron Mountain, partnered with Knoxville detective Thomas Jordan to find who abducted women along trails and cabins of the mountain, he was deemed a traitor. As an act of revenge, his granddaughter is snatched from the banks of Doe Creek and taken to the bowels of the mountain. Soon after, hikers along the Appalachian Trail become sacrificial lambs, part of a bloody, cunning game of maneuvers designed to lead Sawyer to the mountain’s infamous Hanging Tree.  

ISBN:
9781771551519
Category:
Crime & mystery
Publication Date:
06-04-2015
Language:
English
Publisher:
Champagne Book Group

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  • This book makes you gasp for air!

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    After reading Shadows on Iron Mountain, I knew I had to read anything Chuck Walsh wrote or will ever write. So, I read A Month of Tomorrows, an absolutely fabulous story of love and forgiveness. Then, low and behold, the sequel to Shadows comes out. I had to get it downloaded immediately. Disappointed? NEVER. Just like with Shadows, he grabbed me by the collar and never let go. I literally hung on every word. I was panting during some scenes as I was so engrossed in the story I felt like I was the one hiking the mountain and not Jordan. Jeez! He takes you there and makes you feel the cold penetrating your bones and the fear, which makes your heart race with every leaf rustle and twig snap. I love hiking, but from now on I am carrying a satellite phone! Bravo! I saw where he has two more coming out this year: A Passage Back and A Splintered Dream. Cannot wait!!
    — Jeanie Loiacono

  • This book makes you gasp for air!

    by on

    After reading Shadows on Iron Mountain, I knew I had to read anything Chuck Walsh wrote or will ever write. So, I read A Month of Tomorrows, an absolutely fabulous story of love and forgiveness. Then, low and behold, the sequel to Shadows comes out. I had to get it downloaded immediately. Disappointed? NEVER. Just like with Shadows, he grabbed me by the collar and never let go. I literally hung on every word. I was panting during some scenes as I was so engrossed in the story I felt like I was the one hiking the mountain and not Jordan. Jeez! He takes you there and makes you feel the cold penetrating your bones and the fear, which makes your heart race with every leaf rustle and twig snap. I love hiking, but from now on I am carrying a satellite phone! Bravo! I saw where he has two more coming out this year: A Passage Back and A Splintered Dream. Cannot wait!!
    — Jeanie Loiacono