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He thought it was over, and he could go back to a peaceful life - his family, his home, and especially his young son. But when Tyler Vance accidentally stumbles upon - and breaks up - a multi-million dollar gun deal, he quickly discovers that the past isn't quite through with him yet.

Those millions are still floating around, and the owners blame Vance for its disappearance. Now they are demanding he get the money back. Unfortunately, the new owners are even more vicious than the originals, and they couldn't care less about Vance's future or family.

The saying goes "violence begets violence," but sometimes a man has no choice, and must fight fire with fire to survive and protect all that he holds dear.

©1997 Clay Harvey (P)2002 Books in Motion

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