The Past Comes Hunting
For better than fifteen years Matt Bradley had enjoyed the quiet life of a small time rancher in Idaho. He had everything he needed. Suddenly and without any warning, everything changed. Matt was standing immediately beside his temporary ranch hand on the day when the killer fired the shot that killed the young man. Only one thing made sense. The attack had to relate to the events in Bradley's past that had brought him to Idaho to hide in the first place. As a result, he was now engaged in a struggle to survive, and rid himself of an old enemy. Although Matt escapes the immediate threat, his problems soon began to multiply. The local sheriff somehow learns that Matt Bradley isn't who he seems, making the only safe thing for Matt to do is leave Idaho for good and disappear elsewhere. He had made preparations a long time ago against just such a possibility, but worries that having learned after all these years that he is alive, his enemy will only find him again where he settles down. That suggested he take preemptive action of his own. The police, an old love, and a lot of money complicate the mixture. Before it is all done, Matt wonders if he should have simply run when he had the chance.
- Paperback | 446 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 25.4mm | 562.45g
- 17 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white