Duel on Stone Mountain

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PublishAmerica, Dec 10, 2010 - Fiction - 218 pages
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 Duel on Stone Mountain is a novel about a professional assassin who becomes disenchanted with his job and decides to take a year's leave to figure out if his occupation has actually been worthwhile. His real name is Davie Meadows and he has spent the last ten years of his life as a professional vigilante hit man, ridding the world of some of the worst tyrants imaginable. His whole life has been dedicated towards protecting the innocent by destroying the evil people who exploited and murdered them.

Davie Meadows has managed to do his job so well that only two people know his true identity. He is feared internationally as a ghost executioner, but no one has ever been able to identify him. He is a Robin Hood type character. The difference is, while Robin Hood was well known, Davie Meadows is a ghost hero who has lived his life out of the lamplight. His boss Barbara recruited him after the Gulf War because of his reputation as a sniper. A man who calls himself Jagr also knows him because in his early tenure with Barbara, he and Davie worked some assignments together.

He retreats to a mountain cabin located on Stone Mountain, British Columbia, where he pursues some hobbies he has always dreamed of perfecting. He employs a housekeeper who goes by the name of Katrina, and uses his time to reminisce, do things for personal enjoyment, and determine what his future will be.

Life goes well for a while, but tragedy strikes when an old enemy figures out where he is and comes to destroy him. Davie grows close to three people who mean the difference of life and death in the battle against one of the most evil men on earth.

He finds out who his real friends are, figuring out his relationship with God and those who he has learned to love and trust. Duel on Stone Mountain is a book of great depth, exploring what is important in the game of life that can sometimes become full of frustration, twists and surprising turns

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