Independent Harley rider Jake Axelrod is conflicted when his ex-girlfriend calls from Chicago one morning at dawn. Emotionally distressed, Karen Watson begs the Boston area biker to help her get away from her control freak husband, who is a wealthy and highly respected plastic surgeon. After Jake agrees to help out and Karen arrives in Boston, he reluctantly lets the woman back into his heart. When Karen is killed a few weeks later, the biker is unjustly accused of causing her death. To avoid a lengthy prison sentence for a crime he did not commit, Jake escapes from police custody with the help of a very unlikely ally. Relying on an old friend who is an attorney, and new acquaintances from both sides of the law, Jake avoids capture while looking for a way to prove his innocence. At a biker rally in western Massachusetts, he gets lucky when a good looking pool shark, members of the notorious Skuldmen motorcycle club, and a Harley riding state trooper provide Jake with an opportunity to serve up a plate of justice, biker style.CHAPTER 26 It was half past eight and the party was in full swing. Armstrong ... It was ten feet tall and two bales deep, and there were paper targets appended to the bales. ... aIa#39;m just a guy whoa#39;s looking to make some money. ... He then pulled out a Glock .40 caliber automatic from the inside shoulder holster under his vest.
|Title||:||One Light Coming: A Biker's Story|
|Author||:||Edward Winterhalder, Marc Teatum|
|Publisher||:||Blockhead City Inc - 2011-10-01|