Chuck Walsh’s long-awaited sequel to the Tennessee thriller Shadows On Iron Mountain, Backwoods Justice, has been acquired by Champagne Book Group, a Canadian publisher www.champagnebooks.com/
Backwoods Justice — the law on Iron Mountain, a treacherous stretch on the Appalachian Trail in Tennessee.
It is happening again.
On a quiet afternoon, Ruben Sawyer, his daughter, Jolene, and his granddaughter, Christina, are fishing Doe Creek. One minute Christina is there, the next… not. All he sees is a glimpse and a muffled cry.
Sawyer had helped Thomas Jordan track and put to rights the psycho killer on Iron Mountain two years before. Now, the tables are turned.
Bloody messages are left with donor corpses along the AT, a scavanger hunt of sorts —the deadly kind.
All they want is Sawyer.
All he wants is backwoods justice. .
Chuck Walsh is a graduate of the University of South Carolina, and discovered a passion for writing in 2004. Since then, he has written human-interest articles for a dozen publications and co-authored Faces of Freedom (featured on Sean Hannity’s book list), a book that recognizes the noble lives of U.S. soldiers who died while fighting in Iraq or Afghanistan. Shadows On Iron Mountain, also published by Champagne is scheduled for release September 2014. A Month of Tomorrowsand A Passage Back are being published by Vinspire Publishing (release dates 2014/2015 respectively)