By Phil Bowie
Set within the nice Smoky Mountains, this story follows a tender, hot-shot pilot and a gorgeous local American woman as they look for a misplaced guy and his treasure. whilst squaddies drove blameless Cherokees from their houses in 1838, some left in the back of a mystery of hidden gold. Over a century and a part later, a prospector discovers some of the traditional treasure, yet quickly disappears himself. because the pilot and his spouse look for the misplaced prospector, so does a murderous kin extended family and a gaggle of cult participants who will do whatever their chief asks. As greed, violence, and deception erupt, the hunt becomes not just a struggle opposed to time, but additionally a fight to outlive.
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Just one lung about half the length of it. Fangs fold up inside the top of its mouth. ” The man held two hooked fingers toward Moses. “I still got the head bones and them wicked fangs at home. ” The thing was half twined around the old man’s forearm, half hanging down. Tongue flicking at the air. The bright beady eyes not blinking. Looking right at Moses. Moses was whispering something frantically over and over, and the tattooed man leaned in close to him. “What’s that, Mose? Your daddy? No, son, don’t think your daddy can help out here.
You can start uncowling it right away,” Ben said. “Remember I keep a neat hangar. Put my tools right back where you get them from. ” “Can’t do it right away,” John said. “There’s something I have to take care of first this afternoon. Something that just came up. ” “A promise? I promised we’d get your job started this afternoon, right? So I made the time. I got a schedule to keep here. Besides you, there’s an overhaul and two other inspections I got to get cranking on. Listen, I’m not pulling yours in until you’re ready to get to work on it.
Sir. My place. God took me? Maybe. Maybe did. Maybe wants me. ” The fiery eyes pierced him. “Very well. We will test your belief in the way of long ago. In the way that He told us to do it in the Bible. Mark sixteen, verse seventeen. ” The big-shouldered tattooed man bent and slid a dirty white cooler into the light. The cooler lid had some small holes drilled in it. The old man unhooked a bungee cord that encircled the cooler, holding the lid closed. He lifted the lid, reached carefully inside, lifted out a handful of leaves, put them on the floor.
Diamondback (John Hardin series) by Phil Bowie