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To Hemlock Run #2020

To Hemlock Run By JamesBoyle To Hemlock Run Jason Reynolds investigative reporter out of Seattle does not think he can do anything to help his ex girlfriend s friend Helen She is clearly involved in an abusive relationship with a Dunham Coun
  • Title: To Hemlock Run
  • Author: JamesBoyle
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  • Page: 263
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  • To Hemlock Run By JamesBoyle Jason Reynolds, investigative reporter out of Seattle, does not think he can do anything to help his ex girlfriend s friend, Helen She is clearly involved in an abusive relationship with a Dunham County Sheriff s Deputy named Travis Wilcox Then Helen goes missing and Jason and Danielle Danny Hayden go to Dunham County where they face an enemy dangerous than they vJason Reynolds, investigative reporter out of Seattle, does not think he can do anything to help his ex girlfriend s friend, Helen She is clearly involved in an abusive relationship with a Dunham County Sheriff s Deputy named Travis Wilcox Then Helen goes missing and Jason and Danielle Danny Hayden go to Dunham County where they face an enemy dangerous than they ve ever faced For Travis Wilcox is part of the Barton family and the Barton family controls Dunham County They are the county s largest employer and landlord They are the Sheriff s Department, the District Attorney s Office, and a judge They can do whatever they want without any consequences And they do.Jason and Danny will need all their wits and imagination to bring the Bartons and Travis Wilcox to justice without losing their own lives.
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      Like all of us, James is a product of his environment He was raised in a religious spiritual family and that spirituality pervades much of his work He even attended a Catholic Seminary for a year before deciding the priesthood was not for him His father worked for the phone company as James was growing up, which was much like growing up in a military family The company transferred his father every couple of years By the time he graduated from high school, he d moved twenty times He attended nine different schools in five cities and three states Needless to say, he had no lifelong childhood friends James lived in North Dakota until he was eight, then in Washington and Oregon He finds the landscape of the Pacific Northwest has done to influence him than nearly everything else Its vast forests, rugged mountains, seascapes and sparse population inspire recollections of what the pioneers first fell in love with a century and a half ago From his house, he can hike fifteen minutes and spend the entire day without seeing another human being And the possibility exists that he could see sasquatch One of his goals is to build a fiction landscape of the Pacific Northwest, much like Stephen King has done with Maine A landscape of dark possibilities When James was a child living in Bismark, North Dakota, his parents took him to Fort Abraham Lincoln, the fort Gen Custer left on his last, fateful campaign and the Knife River Village, the restored ruins of a Mandan village Now forty years later, the memories have faded, but not the memory of the impression the visits made on a small boy Years later, he read Dee Brown s Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee After that James devoured everything he could find about Native American history and culture He came to have a deep sympathy for the Native peoples doomed resistance to the white culture and admiration for their cultural connection to the natural world around them The dominant culture seeks to change and subjugate a nature it sees as an enemy the Natives sought to live within the natural world as one part of a dynamic whole Perhaps there is a lesson in there for us now In 1977, when James was seventeen and a senior in high school, he was diagnosed with a severe case of scoliosis and underwent surgery that fused most of his lumber spine and installed a steel rod After six months in a body cast and six in a brace he continued on to college The condition has limited some of his options Skiing and skydiving are not good ideas, nor is playing football, but he adjusted Now, thirty five years after the surgery, his body is beginning to break down a bit So if he seems bent and twisted, you know why In July, 2012, James was hospitalized with acute pancreatitus In the course of treatment, a CT scan revealed a large tumor on his left kidney Six weeks after having his gall bladder removed, James had his left kidney and its tumor removed Laboratory tests, however, revealed the tumor to not be kidney cancer, but lymphoma Six weeks later, James started chemotherapy on Thanksgiving Day As of April, 2013, he is in full remission and working on rebuilding his strength While undergoing treatment, he wrote the rough draft of Deception Island Though retired now on disability, James worked for years in the restaurant industry as a cook and as a manager He enjoys reading, playing an occasional video game, taking exploratory hikes along the beach or river and fishing He is happily single it s so much less complicated.

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