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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Suspense
  • Language:English
  • Pages:437
  • eBook ISBN:9781626759824

Papa's Promise

by Don Mosher

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Nathan promisies romayne, on her death bed, he'll take care of their grand kids. Greg is murdered. Can Nathan and Colleen track down the killer before she becomes his next victim?
“Promise me you’ll look after Colleen and Greg” Romayne implored as she gasped for breath. “I promise you,” Nathan said. He squeezed her hand gently. She tried to squeeze back, but couldn’t. Then she died. And, for all intent and purpose, so did Nathan. Nathan O’Shaughnessy’s life starts falling apart after his wife passes. His grandson, Greg, is killed by gang bangers and his granddaughter, Colleen, is traumatized. His daughter, Jill, is a drug addict. His loving cat, Gypsy, is murdered. One gang banger is killed by the other in a fit of rage. Nathan must stop the madness. Detective James Burton, who lost a partner to a gang banger in an alley in L.A., is determined justice will be served, one way or the other. Convinced Nathan and Burton are working too slowly, in the dead of night, Colleen confiscates her brother’s car and proceeds to investigate on her own. Burton is staking out the killer’s house and watches Colleen arrive, followed closely by Jill, with Nathan just minutes behind. A fight erupts between Colleen, her mother, and Jill’s drug dealer. Burton intervenes and is killed. The killer runs, in an attempt to evade justice. Colleen, Nathan, and Jill are in hot pursuit, all determined that steel jacket justice will prevail.
About the author
Author’s Biography Don Mosher was born in Fargo, North Dakota on November 24, l935. At the age of five, the family moved to Southern California. He went to elementary school in Lynwood, and junior high and high school in Compton. During his lifetime, he has worked as a paperboy, a yard boy for a plant nursery, a stock clerk, a gas station attendant, refinery worker, gardener, carpet cleaner and fireman. From October 1958 until October 1960, he served in the US Army, the first six months in basic training in the Second Armored Division (Hell on Wheels) Fort Hood, Texas. The next eighteen months he was stationed in Ulm, Germany as a finance clerk for the fifty-first Infantry, Fourth AD. In his spare time, he traveled extensively in Europe and learned to appreciate good books. He was discharged with the rank of SP-5. In l965, Don joined the Compton Fire Department. He earned an AA Degree in Fire Science from Santa Ana College. He spent twenty-six years in the fire service, the last eighteen as a captain. He married a school teacher, Barbara Hensel, at the ripe old age of thirty-three, and they have two grown children, a daughter, Carrie and a son, Greg. Carrie lives in the San Francisco Bay area, and Greg lives in Southern California. Don, and his wife of forty-three years, live in South Orange County, California where they have happily resided for forty-one years.
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