Between Hope and Nowhere by Clifton Dee

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Recently discharged from the Navy, fun-loving Tristan boards a bus in Charleston, South Carolina. His destination is Artesia, New Mexico, where he intends to face his past-a past filled with a Bible-thumping, prone-to-incest, small town, and deranged type of father. In particular, Tristan plans to avenge the brutal death of his grandfather by two drug addicts.

But vengeance against the two murderers will have to wait as Tristan delivers justice on behalf of those he meets on his journey. Accompanied by a spirit guide-a warrior brave riding a bareback horse-Tristan deeply despises those who abuse others and believes the abusers should be punished accordingly. He is happy to fill that role.

Feeling blessed to do the work that no one else can do, Tristan makes sure that everyone from the pedophile to the abuser and the racist will never hurt another human being by meting out his own kind of vigilante justice.


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Published November 25, 2009 by Trafford Publishing. 156 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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