All he wanted was a second chance at life. Duane Thompsonas incarceration following a crime-filled night on the streets of Boston lasted just a little over a decade and a half. When the Commonwealth paroled him, his second chance at life stalled. No one wanted him near their businesses. Despite being dogged by the police officer that had initially collared him, Duane does get his second chance, helping the poor in a small Central Massachusetts city. But when a woman is hounded by the same cop, Duane comes face-to-face with his greatest challenge. Yet unbeknownst to him, while all of this is going on an extremist government has begun reshaping Boston in its twisted image.He had another identity made in 2006, one to fall back on in case the authorities closed in and he had no other options. With MacDougala#39;s ... He had abandoned the Honda Civic in the parking lot of the local technical high school, hoping that the car would be parts before too long if the cara#39;s original owner didna#39;t drive the twenty-five minutes to claim it when he had called. He had walked back to theanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Sean Sweeney - 1930|