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Author Chris Green - His Amazing First Book 'To Hold A Storm' Officially Released Today
'To Hold A Storm' by Chris Green officially released today 14th December 2011. Available now on Kindle and paperback through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Waterstones and many more.
A British man, Daniel Moorcroft, disappears in to the Canadian Wilderness. Why has he decided to flee society? What do the strange encounters with the bears and the wolves mean?
As we learn more about the troubled and brutal background of Daniel Moorcroft we realise that he has some very profound problems, some of these are personal and some are shared by the whole world.
I have spent my adult life fighting a war that is not my own; a war that still continues and whose modest aims are to increase the lifespan of our present way of life. This is a system which is unjustifiable, unreasonable and soon to collapse anyway. Ordered into battle by those with the most to gain, it is myself and my colleagues that have had the most to lose. I have killed many people. Few of them deserved to die, though most would have killed me in preference to dying themselves. But I have also killed the utterly innocent. This was part of my job, necessary and unavoidable.
As Daniels adventures become increasingly serious it becomes obvious he cannot hide from his past, even in the vast emptiness of the Canadian Wilderness.
Paperback: 326 pages
Publisher: Creative Print Publishing Limited (14 Dec 2011)
This is story-telling like it used to be, and at the centre a character who is determined to succeed and to survive.
Chris Green is the winner of the Creative Unpublished Author Competition in the Thrillers and Suspense genre.
Chris lives in Cumbria. United Kingdom. This is his first published novel
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