A story of three lives and the influences that molded them... Matt Bromley, Gordon Bredenbury and Casey Engleman were like brothers; they were born but a few weeks apart to parents who had known each other all their lives. As boys they were inseparable and adventurous; during the summer of 1936 they built a wooden rowboat, probed the secrets of a dark carnival and a mysterious Goat Boy, and were thrust into the path of a crazed Indian loner and a crime that shocked their small mountain community. As grown men they remained close as kin, went to war and found love in places near, far and unexpected. But their lives slowly diverged until these three old men are reunited after years of estrangement under the shadow of a crime carried out within the loose letters of a twisted law. Now Matt Bromley faces the loss of his home to developers and corrupt county officials. He awaits eviction with a shotgun in his hands. Casey Engleman has sided with those who will seize the Bromley farm for dubious purposes. And Gordon Bredenbury is the sheriff who must serve the order that will rip his lifelong friend from his home. "A Divide Beyond Reason" examines how the choices we make do not always turn out the way we hope, and laments an age of reason, reliable justice and honor. And it asks what truly is important to us. Important enough to die for.
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Book Description Shadowfire Books, LLC, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 372 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.93 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0615870457
Book Description Shadowfire Books, LLC, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0615870457