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A Bridge to Treachery

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Welcome To: A Bridge to Treachery
A Novel

Retired Colonel Lou Christopher is an ex-Army Ranger, contentedly working as a New York investment broker. After being assigned a number of lucrative accounts and becoming accustomed to living the good life, he discovers nothing good comes without a price. When his former military skills are requested under a threat of losing everything he has, Col. Christopher soon discovers the price may be too high to pay. Handed a group of misfits to assemble into a military strike team, Christopher is coerced into leading the team on a mission of domestic terrorism. His strike team is discovered; the mission is compromised. A deadly firefight erupts and only Christopher and a beautiful female member of his team survive. Was a terrible mistake made, with Christopher to blame—or was his team the victim of an ultimate act of betrayal? With his strike force decimated, Christopher and his lone teammate turn from hunted to hunters. As time quickly runs out, they struggle to use their unique set of skills to exact a decisive revenge on those responsible for this treachery. Will New York—will anyone—survive?

Geography of Treachery - Manhattan and The Hudson Valley

Transplanted Mid-westerner Larry Crane brings an Illinois sensibility to his writing. Larry graduated from West Point, served nearly seven years in the Army, as an Infantryman in the mud in Germany, commanding Basic Trainees at Fort Knox, and serving as an ARVN Ranger battalion advisor in Vietnam. He commuted to Wall Street for nearly 20 years. His writing includes articles for outdoor magazines, plays, short fiction, and his most recent thriller novel, A Bridge to Treachery. In his spare time, Crane is a hobbyist videographer for his local Public Access Television Station and is a volunteer at his local historical society. Larry and wife Jan have five children between them, ten grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Crane and his family live in splendid isolation on the coast of Maine.