The Moonhawker by George A. Fox

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"It is June of 1976 when Atticus Gunner pulls up in front of West High School, parks in a visitor parking space, and walks into the building—ready to begin his foray into school administration as the new assistant principal. He has no idea that in just a few hours, his life will change forever.

Later that day, during an unexpected meeting with his divorce attorney, Gunner—a former member of a top-secret operations unit—finds that his unique experience of identifying and hunting down escaped Nazis suspected of war atrocities is once again in high demand. After an anonymous philanthropic organization makes him a job offer he cannot refuse, he and his two young daughters very shortly find themselves on a thirty-two-foot sloop headed for an island in northern Lake Michigan. Directed to head a school of only one hundred students, it is not long before Gunner realizes he has embarked on a dangerous adventure.

In this riveting thriller filled with unexpected twists and turns, one man is inadvertently propelled on an unforgettable journey through intrigue, romance, and murder. In the process, he’ll discover more about himself than he ever imagined."

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Published October 20, 2011 by iUniverse. 640 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When ever-resilient, stubborn Atticus Gunner teams up with Butch Gorpon to uncover the mystery behind the deaths in an island community, the duo discovers that something far greater is in the works.

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He began the manuscript for what would become the The Moonhawker many years ago, during his a time in school administration at a small island school community in Northern Lake Michigan.

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Fox tells the thrilling tale of complex and unpredictable protagonist Atticus Gunner, who is hurled from the pages almost as soon as you open the book.

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