I Can't Promise You Anything: The Next Adventure

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AuthorHouse, Jun 13, 2006 - Fiction - 204 pages
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        It all started five years ago when they all met each other in the book, ( He Promised Them All ). Now, in the sequel to that book, they have all come together again, for a five year reunion vacation. Join them in another adventure, as their hiking trip through the mountains turns into another life or death situation.

        Hike right along side of them as they try to overcome all the hidden dangers that await them as they are stalked through the mountains by a group of killers. See if they can avoid the traps that have been set for them, and the many surprises that await them at every turn.

        Journey with them as they struggle to get off the mountain alive, and see which of them have the strength and the determination to live. Find out why, when Larry was asked if he would get them off the mountain safely, he replied, “  I Can’t Promise You Anything. “

        This book has adventure, drama, suspense, violence, and comedy. It will make you laugh, and it will make you cry. If you read, “ He Promised Them All “, then you won’t want to miss this one.


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About the author (2006)


        Larry Radecki lives just outside the small town of Clifford, in the state of Michigan. He has been a machinist most of his working life, but has also done some construction work during that time. He was born in Pontiac Michigan, June 28th, 1956. He has no wife or kids at this time, but he knows if God has other plans, that could change some day.


     He loves to write in his spare time, and would love to make writing his career, and get out of the machinist work completely. He has written several poems and several songs. He has also written one other book before this one that he is very proud of. ( He Promised Them All )  The two books are his greatest accomplishments in the writing field, and he would love to continue writing more of them. He wants to give the public some-thing that they would enjoy reading, and he believes both of his books will do that.


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