A compelling and powerful true story of two brave men whose lives became intertwined in 1992. From the bloody jungles of Viet Nam, to the shores of Passamaquoddy Bay, to the chambers of the United States Supreme Court and to the inner rooms of Massachusetts General Hospital's psychiatric unit - read all about it. One, a former combat marine and FBI street agent and the other, the Chief of Police of the Pleasant Point Indian Reservation combined forces with the RCMP to defeat a major smuggling ring controlled by War Chief Francis Boots of the infamous Mohawk Warrior Society. Insight is given into a problem suffered by the street agent associated with alcohol dependence, PTSD, his fall into perdition, his glimpse of heaven and a return to his faith in God.
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