A Broken Hallelujah: Jim Tanner's Private War

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Kevin Michael Guest, Jun 22, 2010 - Fiction - 250 pages
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On December 25th, a plane roared in from Mexican airspace determined to land at the San Antonio International Airport. The plane was listed as a terrorist threat by the Homeland Security Administration. The pilot of that plane, retired Major Jim Tanner, was wanted for multiple murders in the U.S. and Mexico. His cargo was of the most precious. When Major Tanner, a decorated war veteran and former prisoner of war, returned home, little did he know what he was walking into. His actions would change the lives of his loved ones and the country, forever.

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Kevin M. Guest was born July 15, 1977. His passion for story telling often led him to day dreaming during school. In his off time he would spend hours writing short stories. He resides in Arlington, TX, with his lovely wife Tammi and their son, Chris.

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