Ray stumbles on a deadly secret and it may cost him his best friend and his football future.
After discovering tainted water in the creek near his grandmother's cabin in the Kentucky hills, senior Roy Linden slowly uncovers a connection between his high school team's new star quarterback, his own football future, and the source of the pollution. Roy Linden should be thrilled. His high school football team, the Johnstown Striking Cobras, just got a new quarterback, and that means a chance at a winning season and a college scholarship for Linden, the team's senior receiver. But then he stumbles onto a deadly secret in the small coal-mining town. Revealing this toxic threat may cost him his best friend and his football career. But remaining silent could cost him much more.
And don't do anything stupid like try to run," he said. "I'd hate to have to get rough."
I looked hard. He was still in the shadow of the truck. His hands were out of sight. Did he have a gun?
Author: Sigmund Brouwer is a prolific, best-selling author of books in a number of genres. He lives in Red Deer, Alberta, and Nashville, Tennessee. Reviews: CM Magazine - May 11, 2007 "...an interesting and exciting action novel which will keep readers happy to continue right to the end. Highly Recommended."
Resource Links - June 1, 2007 "...will appeal to those who enjoy sports stories...explores decision-making and standing up for one's beliefs."