A Legacy of Honor by Hank Manley

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A Legacy of Honor is the saga of Morgan Early spanning the first seventy years of the 20th century. Orphaned at birth in 1900, young Morgan hunts his foster mother’s killer, battles a mountain lion, a grizzly bear and the puzzling advances of a farmer’s daughter. Morgan fights with Pancho Villa in Mexico and the Marines at Belleau Woods. He is a rumrunner during Prohibition and a successful fisherman in Bimini after repeal. Recalled into the Marines in 1942, Morgan lands on the bloody beaches of Tarawa. His heroic life inspires his two sons to join the Marines with tragic results on the island of Iwo Jima and the jungles of Vietnam.

About Hank Manley

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Hank Manley has traveled the Bahamas by boat for over thirty years. He has written two non-fiction books on fishing, A Grand Quest and Beyond the Green Water. He also wrote the action/adventure trilogy Bahama Snow, Bahama Payback andBahama Reckoning as well as the thrillers Coral Cemetery and Fundamental Behavior and Vengeance. He lives with his wife, Gretchen, in North Palm Beach, Florida.
Published February 26, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 364 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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