The Revenge by Charles E. Wells
(Whispering Pines Book 2)

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Matt and Chuck Veal are back in this next segment of the Whispering Pines Saga. In the first book, "The Beginning," they blew the lid off the corruption in West Creek County, Georgia and restored the family name and prestige during the dangerous process. In "The Revenge" the same family and friends have restarted their day to day lives but the conflict is far from over. Matt trips the first outer perimeter wire and the battle begins on the home turf field of West Creek County and the Whispering Pines Estate mansion.

The drug cartels were beaten back but not down. They've regrouped, reorganized, and plotted their revenge against the "goody two shoes" Veal brothers of middle Georgia. They quietly set up a "false" store front operation using a church from which to launder drug monies and began to expand it outward with a fury and vengeance that soaks up entire chapters with direct and violent attacks. The war becomes famous history and is said to be the worse ever in the  war against drugs in the state of Georgia.

It's a fight to the death between the good and evil forces of big city crime and small town determination to keep it out. Once again, the Revenge is seat of your pants reading intended for all ages and rated PG.

Whispering Pines "The Revenge is book two in the six books (and counting) thriller/suspense series by Author Charles E. Wells. It's a southern flavored fast paced "small town vs big city" crime adventure series centered in Georgia USA. Each book in the series stands alone with no cliff hangers. Read one or read them all in order.

About Charles E. Wells

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Published January 9, 2014 by Wellston Publishing. 192 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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The true identity of the killer is so transparent that Mr. Greenburg detracts from the overall effect with his attempts to conceal it.

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