5.0 out of 5 stars
December 20, 2011
By Geraldine Ahearn "Author Geri
Ahearn" (Phoenix, AZ)
Captain Paintier lives with disturbing,
haunting memories of his boyhood home.
Under military orders, he must return to
his homeland as he relives his nightmares
of the past. Tormented by guilt,
dedication to his call of duty, his new
love life and the burning desire to
cleanse his past sins, he finds himself on
a dark road to danger.
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Maredith Cisco from the movie Winter's
The morning after Maredith got her
copy of The Hawksbill Crag she saw
the author at a author's conference.
She said, "I'm mad at you. My eyes
are bloodshot and I've been up all
night reading your book." This was a
great complement coming from a lady
that is steeped deeply in Ozark
"Quote from the Novel"
Anne finished her bath in the
creek without being interrupted.
Back on the sandy bank she slipped
on a white cotton shirt she had
borrowed from Nelson's
saddlebags, and took her dirty
clothes to wash in the running
water. The drops of water falling
from her wet hair softened the
cotton shirt she was wearing,
making it transparent. All of the
beauty of the shape and shadows
of her firm breasts were waiting
for Nelson to see.
"Finished down there yet?" Nelson
asked, starting to fidget over the
scene he was missing on the sandy
bank of the creek.
"You can come down now," Anne
said, turning toward him.
His wait had been worth it. He
took her hand and pulled her to
him, gently moving her wet hair
from her lips to kiss them softly