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Título: No Hero
Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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When high school football coach and History teacher Danny Chambers stops a violent attack on a female motorist, he unwittingly becomes a target for revenge by the vicious leader of an Atlanta street gang known as the Latino Death Lords. Even though he is a decorated war veteran, Danny is a mild mannered man who has tried to live his life by avoiding trouble and turning the other cheek. Now he finds that this philosophy has not prepared him for the campaign of growing psychological terror the leader of the Death Lords launches against his family. When the authorities prove powerless to protect Danny, his wife and their two teenage children, and the psychological terror turns to violence and death, Danny knows that there is no one who can save his family, but himself even if it means his own death. No Hero is a novel of both survival and redemption in the modern world where the criminal's rights endanger the victim and the victim sometimes must becomes the criminal.About the Author:
No hero is the first novel by Thomas Conway Fishburne. Thomas is a Vietnam veteran and a retired corporate executive. He and his wife Dana live in Atlanta and on the coast of North Carolina.
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