Blind Fall Paperback – 17 Feb 2009
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Although growing up in less than salubrious conditions, twenty-something John Houck prides himself on the fact that he's become an honorable and trust-worthy Marine. John's hero and mentor in this journey has been Captain "Lightning" Mike Bowers of the respected Force Recon Company. It is in Iraq, caught in the blinding flash of IED, that Mike unceremoniously saves John's life with Mike taking the full brunt of the attack.
The incident permanently cements their friendship, but in the aftermath, Bowers has lost an eye, his body permanently scarred after all the mayhem and chaos that has been bought before them. In the end, it is always Lightning Mike who had reached out to John like something close to a brother, who has seen a guy hanging on the periphery, and doubting their mission, had brought his friend into the fold.
Barely an hour before they had left on their mission, John had read an email informing him that his younger brother Dean had suddenly committed suicide, an email written by Patsy, his older sister whom he had not spoken to in ten years. And as John tries to cope, both incidents - Mike's injuries and Dean's death - echo throughout his mind collecting grit and blood, adding to all of the loss around him.
It isn't until John is back home in Devore that he realizes that Mike had acted like a man with no interest in seeing him again.Read more ›
He is known as the "The son of famous author Anne Rice" It will soon be time that it is "Anne Rice, mother of the famous author Christopher Rice" Keep up the good work Christopher.
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lovely book, quality good from this seller. I love Christopher Rice and his writing style, discovered him as I am a teriific fan of his mothers Anne Rice.Published 20 months ago by frankie
I read this two weeks ago and was bored . I can't even recall what it was about . Very disappointingPublished on 6 May 2014 by Silvery surfer
Rice gets better and better with each book. The first 2 were good - the first maybe a bit better than the second - but this is on a different level. Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 2010 by J. C. Russell