NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 18, 2018
Rick Church, an enrolled member of a band of Mohican Indians called Stockbridge-Munsee, a Marine combat squad leader in Vietnam, a State Trooper, a Special Agent for the Department of Justice, as well as the owner of a licensed private investigative agency, has completed his new book “White Doe”: a dramatic and exciting tale about a former cop-slash-investigator Noel Two Horses, and having his life turned upside down after the discovery of an abandoned Indian baby.
Author Church showcases a thrilling narrative with a mix of action and facts directly referenced from history books: “The woman had been given both Indian children by some low life functionary of a drug cartel after FARC of Columbia kidnapped them and was instructed to cross the border with them. Upon reaching Arizona, she was to deliver both of the kids to a towing service located in Sells that was operated by a one Hector Ortiz. Mr. Ortiz was under contract to transport her and the kids to the nearest airport shuttle service van for an air-conditioned trip to Phoenix where the infants would be sold. If, for any reason, she would be stopped while in the desert, she was to abandon the children and flee. It was understood that any connection to Ortiz or the cartel would result in her demise.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Rick Church’s galvanizing book follows the protagonist Noel as he is siphoned in a vortex of jeopardies, compelling him to create a contingency plan to protect his newfound client from the scheming cartel, whose resolve is to eliminate anyone who attempts to stop them from coveting the stolen baby.
Readers who wish to experience this electrifying work can purchase“White Doe” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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