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Ridley Pearson, NY Times bestselling author, called this novel in the John Hardin series a beautifully written high octane thriller.
Soldiers once drove the Cherokees like animals from their homes in the Great Smoky Mountains and over the infamous Trail of Tears to the Oklahoma Reservation. But not before the people managed to hide their gold mines. Many died of exposure and brutality on that sad journey, and their secrets died with them.
Now, more than a century and a half later, solitary prospector Moses Kyle discovers one of the ancient lost mines. And disappears.
Among those seeking Moses and his discovery are hot shot pilot John Hardin and beautiful Cherokee biker Kitty Birdsong. But also on the hunt in the misty folds of the Smokies is a murderous family clan rooted in the worst kind of evil, along with a group of cult members led by a fanatical snake-handling preacher, and they will do anything he asks.
When naked greed erupts into violence, John and Kitty find they must fight for their lives.
NY Times bestselling author Ridley Pearson called this a beautifully written high octane thriller.
Romantic Times called this a combustible mystery with twists galore.
Dr. Ken Wilkins
Dr. Ken Wilkins in his column Book Beat said of Diamondback, Hardin is a tough guy with a heart. The story quickly moves into high gear. Mr Bowie does a nice job iof building suspense and keeping the plot flowing with no loose ends.
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