Twin River II by Michael Fields
Have Weapons Will Travel

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My name is Palladin, as in pallbearer Learning the skill of killing from his father at an early age, Wesley Palladin, Have Weapons Will Travel, reaches the highest level of his profession as an assassin for the mob in Philadelphia. Unfortunately, Palladin mishandles a contract and exiles himself to Twin River, where he takes a bank security job and also becomes the mentor to fourteen-year-old Matt Henry, a very troubled, violent teenager. Matt is challenged to overcome the tragedy of abuse in his past, deny his quest for revenge, and find hope in the dark, foreboding Shadows of Death that cloak Blood Mountain. Riveting and deadly action originates in Chinatown, the Italian Market, and Bryn Mahr in Philadelphia and relocates ominously to the Twin River farmlands and mountains in Central Pennsylvania. Beset by kidnappings, wild hog attacks, extreme bullying, and unchecked brutality in a juvenile institution, violence prevails in the small mountain community. As the body count rises, unlikely contributions from Holden Caulfield and comedian Bob Hope bring a resolution that is fearsome, unexpected, and also triumphant.
 

About Michael Fields

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Michael Fields was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. He attended Deep Springs College and Columbia University before earning his masters degree in social work at Fordham. Michael is employed as a program director at the Department of Veterans Affairs. He lives in New York City with his partner, now husband, of thirty-five years.
 
Published September 26, 2014 by iUniverse. 318 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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Fields' sequel to Twin River (2013) sees a killer for hire enter the lives of two troubled Pennsylvania teens.

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Twin River II works well as an independent story, although the addition of characters from Twin River in minor roles and the abrupt cliffhanger ending leading to Twin River III: A Death at One Thousand Steps place it directly in the middle of Fields’s ongoing saga.

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