A DISTANT THUNDER

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AuthorHouse, Aug 11, 2004 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Shane Ryan is a wrong guy. Wrong race. Wrong gender. Wrong class. Wrong side of the tracks. Wrong attitude. America in the near future is a cold, cruel place, especially in the hardscrabble rural Pacific Northwest. There’s war in the Middle East, a revived draft, mass unemployment, an economy permanently on the skids, greed and corruption, incompetence and stupidity at the top. Poor blue-collar kids from the trailer park are last in line for everything. America has screwed Shane Ryan, and he returns the favor. He joins the Northwest Volunteer Army, a terrorist organization dedicated to overthrowing the United States government and establishing an independent nation. America is about to learn the hard way that what goes around, comes around.

 

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Contents

The Turning Wheels
2
Bringing Down Burger King
5
Woodchuck Kid
43
The Rising of the Moon
114
Last Of An Ancient Breed
201
Going Cross The Mountain
256
The Valiant
313
A Warrior For The Working Day
359
About the Author
365
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H. A. Covington lives in western Washington and is the author of thirteen books. A Distant Thunder is the second novel of Mr. Covington’s Northwest trilogy, the first being The Hill of the Ravens, also available from AuthorHouse.

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