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Along with drugs and guns, Juan Hernandez smuggles hundreds of illegal immigrants into the US with delusions of taking back the southwest and replacing the American flag with the Mexican flag. Juan hires Private Investigator/Bounty Hunter (and proficient pool player) Richard "Big Dick" Bigg to find and bring back (dead or alive) his second kidnapped wife. Juan's first wife had died in a stash house full of illegals that exploded as the FBI closed in.
Blood spills and sparks fly when Dick teams up with ex-FBI agen Allison "Ali" Mayes as they home in on the conspirators and dole out Big Dick's brand of justice.
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Holly Forkner disappears. Upland, Arizona Chief of Police Troy Forkner, Holly’s husband, scours the wilderness of northern Arizona, first by air then on the ground, looking for her. Officer Nina Miller believes the perpetrator had an accomplice who may be hiding Holly in a motor home at the Upland reservoir. Nina’s partner, Rookie Officer Pike Tso, a Navajo Indian, believes Navajo spirits or skinwalkers may have abducted Holly. Sheriff’s Deputy Thomas Justman takes advantage of the situation by sending a ransom note and implicating a loner Indian in Holly’s disappearance. Meanwhile, J.C. Forkner, Troy’s brother, is once again involved in a pool game wagering something substantial.
Mayhem pursues JC, an aging and washed-up pool player, who steals cash from an unprofessional, sexually deviant, hit man named Black Berry. Sadly, the money belongs to Juan Hernandez and the Mexican Cartel, and they want it back. With Black Berry hot on their heels, JC and his thirteen-year-old pool playing prodigy son Kid head for the small town of Upland, Arizona. Back with family and friends, JC soon, but maybe too late in his life, realizes that the important things in life are exactly that: family and friends. The stakes and outcome of a nine-ball game in the back room of a run down saloon called the Last Chance turns the town into a circus, and brings JC full circle to where it all began for him.
Pool Table Maintenance and Repair is a manual to assemble, re-cover, re-cushion, level, and repair any pool table. It also thoroughly covers the structure of pool tables and equipment, and the complexities of pool table moving, and installation. (Size: 8½ x 11, 300 pages, 269 illustrations.) By Mose Duane.
Buying or Selling a Pool Table is the most in-depth book on how to buy or sell a new or used pool table you will find. There are several components (differences in playing surfaces, cushions, accessories, etc.) that must be looked at before a purchase or sale should be completed. This is a must have book if you are considering buying or selling a pool table. There is even a ranking of most major brands of tables (Size: 6 x 9, 178 pages, 61 illustrations). By Mose Duane.
Playing Winning Pool shows thoroughly the nuances and intricacies of playing pool to win-whether a beginning or advanced player-and how to think in terms of using the game rules to your advantage. This book is a must read, if you want to win consistently (Size: 6 x 9, 250 pages). By Mose Duane.
Pool Table Assemblyis a detailed and illustrated instruction manual for most pool tables. It meticulously explains how to assemble the majority of pool tables, especially those purchased over the Internet. These instructions include assembling the frame, leveling the slate, and installing the bed and rail cloth, and much, much more (Size: 8½ x 11, 71 pages, 72 illustrations). By Mose Duane. THOUSANDS SOLD WORLDWIDE
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