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Joshua's Country

Gerard de Marigny

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ISBN 10: 1979037604 / ISBN 13: 9781979037600
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017
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Title: Joshua's Country

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2017

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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Born-and-raised a cowboy, Vietnam vet Joshua Jacobs looks out across the West Texas plain. All the land stretching to the uncluttered western horizon is his. From just a patch of land he built an empire, one he runs by his own rules. Yet, Joshua learned a hard lesson ... that his family couldn’t be run the same way. Joshua deeply regretted not being on speaking terms with his only son when James died serving his country. James’s wife Katy never forgave Joshua for trying to run their lives. Heartache upon heartache, Joshua’s beloved wife Sarah passed not long after. Now, the only legacy Joshua has left is his grandson, but like his dad and granddad before him, young Josh also chose to serve his country. Joshua spends his days waiting for letters from him. In the latest letter, young Josh said he was thinking of finally leaving the military to take his place on the ranch at his grandfather’s side. Joshua was overjoyed, but his joy was cut short when he saw a picture of his grandson on the news. The report said young Josh was taken hostage by the head of the most violent ISIS unit, known as the “Storm Demons.” Their leader, Shakir was infamous for beheading his hostages and broadcasting the horrors online to the world. Threatening Joshua Jacobs’ grandson was a mistake. Now, an Islamic Extremist’s hate for America faces an old cowboy’s love for his grandson.

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Gerard de Marigny is an American novelist and screenplay writer. He is currently beginning work on WHITE WIDOW (ARCHANGEL: Mission Logs #3). The novella is scheduled for release in 2017. Since his 2011 inaugural publication of THE WATCHMAN OF EPHRAIM (CRIS DE NIRO, Book 1), Mr. de Marigny has independently published five CRIS DE NIRO novels and two ARCHANGEL novellas. These literary works are set in the days and years following September 11, 2001 when a non-governmental based counter-terrorism firm is formed to respond to crises born from a variety of modern geopolitical events. The series of books resonate with espionage, sub-genre fiction readers from around the world. The books have become Amazon best sellers in eight countries and Gerard has over 200,000 fan followers from across the world. Prior to his writing career, Gerard worked in the financial services industry, and prior to that, he wrote, recorded and produced music for other artists, for television and was a member of the rock band, Americade. He is a graduate of Penn State University. Gerard and his wife Lisa live in the foothills of Las Vegas, Nevada with their four sons, Jared, Ryan, Jordan, and Noah. Follow Gerard de Marigny Author’s Website: www.GerarddeMarigny.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/Gerarddem Twitter: www.twitter.com/GerarddeMarigny Publisher’s Website: www.JarRyJorNoPublishing.com Contact Gerard de Marigny mailto:g@GerarddeMarigny.com

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