Author Jill M. Slawson’s new book “The Assignment” follows a recent graduate as she accepts a mission that surpasses what her wildest imagination could concoct.

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Recent release “The Assignment” from Page Publishing author Jill M. Slawson is a fascinating tale that introduces Brina Louise Grant, a recent graduate of Cyclops (the equivalent of West Point). When Brina accepts a one-way mission from her 25th century world into the wild west of their mid-1800s, she has no idea it will take her on a journey outside the scope of her wildest and craziest dreams.

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Jill M. Slawson, who was born in California and raised by relocated late depression era Montana ranchers, has completed her new book “The Assignment”: a gripping and potent novel that follows Brina as she works to complete her mission. With a mystical entity by her side, Brina follows the assassin Jesse Loame to the past, tracking him down with orders to kill.

Brina’s story takes her through a time of personal wonderment, awe, appreciation, and growth. During it all, she traverses through times of gunslingers, outlaws, deviates, hired guns, cowboys, town folk, country folk, spiritual beings, ancestors, peace officers, and horses. Those indigenous to the region, chiseled from the core of their own western frontier, struggle to survive. Others not of that time period are on their own quest. They have their own agenda and their own orders—to kill Brina Louise Grant before she gets to Jesse.

From an early age author Jill M. Slawson was encouraged to embrace the family history dating back to the early west in the 1800s. Her uncle’s family still runs the Range Riders Museum in Miles City Montana where Fort Keogh’s skeletal remains reside. With life’s lessons, experiences, and imagination in place, along with her love of the western life on the screen and in real life, riding horses, reading fiction novels, her dogs, and raising hair sheep, she wrote this novel off the cuff. She and her husband of more than 45 years lived side by side with love and friendship between them until his untimely passing one year prior to her publishing “The Assignment”.

Author Jill M. Slawson writes: “Chancellor F. Lunette was the man who not only headed their sector, but whose untimely and unwonted request she questioned. She questioned it because it was the second in as much as two weeks. The first was during the last new moon, when they’d discussed the many different aspects of her training, the contents of her personnel jacket, her value to the organization, and her special and unexplainable talent of identifying unusual circumstances. That day she sat erect and proud while attentively listening as he told of the recent incident involving the renegade Jesse Loame and the rumored strategies of the Network. It was of a very confidential nature she was informed and was sworn to secrecy.”

Published by Page Publishing, Jill M. Slawson’s memorable tale follows Brina through a time of dedication to her cause as she remains determined to stay true, survive, and win.

Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “The Assignment” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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