Night Rangers

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Xlibris Corporation, Sep 28, 2010 - Fiction - 201 pages
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When Robert Reynolds joined the army, he wasn’t sure if he was running to something or running from something. Growing up with a brother and a single mom, life was tough. Traveling from town to town, his mother would take them wherever the work was. They finally settled in a small New England town. His years growing up weren’t about football games or education; they were all about running the family farm, with his only release being taking on the town’s local bullies and teaching them a lesson.

Robert’s next adventure in life was joining the army rangers. His next challenge was taking on the cartel. Finally feeling like he belongs, he dedicates his life to cleaning up the drug world in Mexico. Learning everything he can about the cartel and their life, he becomes a natural leader in taking down the cartel.

Robert’s adventures bring new meaning to his life, with one important person, being a woman named Debbie, who was the only woman whom Robert truly gave his heart and body to. With Debbie, daughter Sarah, and his brother rangers by his side, he is unstoppable. As Robert continues on with his missions, he runs into some trouble—a senator with an attitude, a man who wants some answers to a mission gone bad and is looking for a scapegoat, Robert being his main target. Can Debbie and his brother rangers save Robert from execution or will Robert take the fall, leaving the cartel to take over Mexico again?

 

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Contents

Chapter One
9
Chapter Two
12
Chapter Three
15
Chapter Four
19
Chapter Five
23
Chapter Six
34
Chapter Seven
45
Chapter Eight
56
Chapter Twelve
94
Chapter Thirteen
106
Chapter Fourteen
116
Chapter Fifteen
137
Chapter Sixteen
152
Chapter Seventeen
159
Chapter Eighteen
171
Chapter Nineteen
174

Chapter Nine
65
Chapter Ten
80
Chapter Eleven
84
Chapter Twenty
179
Chapter Twentyone
190
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Randy Frotton was born in Sanford, Maine, in 1962 then grew up in New Hampshire until he left for the army in 1982. Randy spent the next four years at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Randy later went into the NH Army National Guard in 2000 and was deployed to Iraq in 2004 with his oldest son. Randy is still living in New Hampshire, where he is a detective sergeant with a local Police Department. Randy has been married for twenty-one years and has three children.

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