e-Book Railroaded! epub downloadAuthor: Whitfield Grant
Pages: 322 pages
Publisher: Denver-Austin Publishing Group, Inc.; F First Edition edition (December 1, 2004)
Category: Genre Fiction
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e-Book Railroaded! epub download
by Whitfield Grant
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Tony Williams is a star free safety for a professional football team, in addition to being a highly respected member of his community. All is going well until Tony, a happily married, non-philandering husband, publicly and firmly rejects the advances of a female fan. Furious at his refusal to sleep with her, the woman (also the daughter of Tony's pro football team owner) accuses him of assault and rape, eventually framing him for the crime. His life is thrown into an unimaginable tailspin.
One of America's leading railroad historians, he is author of numerous books on railroad history, including The North Western and The Corn Belt Route.
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SUPERANNO When star athlete Anthony Williams is falsely accused of rape, he calls on two lifelong friends to help clear his name: Adrian Christopher, also a football player, and Errol Forrest, J. a law student. SUPERANNO When star athlete Anthony Williams is falsely accused of rape, he calls on two lifelong friends to help clear his name: Adrian Christopher, also a football player, and Errol Forrest, J.
Whitfield Grant has written a surprisingly good thriller with Railroaded. His first novel, it is well-written and, except for the first three chapters, well-paced. I am looking forward to the planned sequels to Railroaded. Whitfield Grant has a talent for writing thrillers that will only improve with experience. PointedPundit, March 25, 2008.
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Railroads and the American People is a sparkling paean to American railroading by one of its finest historians. Read this book slowly, allowing the wealth of detail-which is the book's great strength-time to sink in. You will find yourself thinking about certain details after hours, each reader resonating with some different aspect of the map Grant creates. Grant's book leaves you wishing for more. -Indiana Magazine of History.