Heartland by David Wiltse

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Former Secret Service agent Billy Tree returns to his hometown of Falls City, Nebraska, to recover from the physical and psychological scars from a shootout that left his partner dead, but the town's tranquility hides a terrifying conspiracy.

About David Wiltse

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David Wiltse is a novelist/playwright whose twelve novels include the bestselling John Becker series and the Billy Tree/Falls City series. He lives in Weston, Connecticut.
Published January 1, 2001 by St Martin's Press. 291 pages
Genres: . Fiction

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Closer to home, there’s Duane Blanchard, the mean, skilled battler who’s never let go of Joan, the school nurse who divorced him, and Curtis Metzger, his big, ferocious pal—not to mention Curtis’s Nazi-loving son Sandy, who becomes Sheriff Pat Kunkel’s chief suspect the minute the smoke clears fr...

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The backdrop here is Falls City Nebr., a "scratch on the Great Plains with a population of a mere five thousand people," where Secret Service agent and Falls City native Billy Tree is recovering from a botched operation that left his partner dead and Billy severely traumatized.

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