Determined never to look back, he starts a new life and a new career, teaching criminology at the university and building a cabin in the idyllic Idaho Mountains. He hires a beautiful river guide, Jessie White Eagle from the Nez Perce tribe, to guide him safely down the Lochsa River. The turbulence of the whitewater, however, is just the beginning of Travis' troubles. Travis finds himself in the cross hairs of a killer, bent on revenge.
This fast-paced thriller takes readers on a wild ride down Idaho's whitewater rivers, along the historic Lolo Trail once tread by the Nez Perce nation, and onto the city streets of California. Tighten your helmet. This ride never stops until the last shot is fired and the final body falls.
Mark Young is the bestselling author of Revenge (A Travis Mays Novel), two Gerrit O’Rourke thrillers, Off the Grid and Fatal eMpulse, and a mystery/suspense novel, Broken Allegiance (A Tom Kagan Novel).
Prior to his full-time writing career, Young served as a police officer with the Santa Rosa Police Department in California for twenty-six years. Additionally, he was an award-winning journalist and a Vietnam combat veteran. He served with several law enforcement task force operations, including the presidential Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force targeting major drug traffickers, and the federal Organized Crime Task Force charged with identifying and prosecuting prison gang leaders. He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his family.
Visit www.MarkYoungBooks.com to find out more about Young and his writing.
The Swimming Strokes Book is designed to break each stroke down into its component parts, those parts being body position, legs, arms, breathing and timing and coordination. An exercise or series of exercises are then assigned to that part along with relevant teaching points and technique tips, to help focus only on that stroke part.
Although it is not the same as having a swimming teacher with you to correct you, this book perfectly compliments lessons or helps to enhance your practice time in the pool. The 82 exercises form reference sections for each swimming stroke, complete with technique tips, teaching points and common mistakes for each individual exercise.
Clear, concise and easy-to-follow.
The Benefits of Swimming
Fear of Swimming
Entering The Pool
Learning To Go Underwater
Standing Up Mid Swim
How To Float
How To Relax In The Water
How To Glide Through The Water
How And When To Breathe
Basic Floating Exercises
Inside you will find ‘real questions’ from real beginners learning how to swim. Questions like ‘why do my legs sink?”, “why do I get water up my nose?” and ‘why do I get so tired?”. Each one with a detailed and personal answer from the author.