#RRBC Introducing: “THE LOST YEARS OF BILLY BATTLES” – @JHawker69

(DISCLAIMER:  Blurbs posted here are copied and pasted directly from Amazon.  They were not written by the staff of THE PIPELINE.)

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“INTRODUCING” is where we profile our members’ NEW RELEASES!

This month, we’re introducing the newly released  “THE LOST YEARS OF BILLY BATTLES”  by Author, Ron Yates.  This book is on Amazon now.  Go on and snag a copy now so that you won’t forget to go back and get it later!  That’s how we support!

The Lost Years of Billy Battles by Ron Yates

Here’s the blurb:

As Book Three of the Finding Billy Battles trilogy begins it is 1914 and Billy is in Chicago with his wife, the former Baroness Katharina von Schreiber living a sedate and comfortable life after years of adventure and tragedy. That changes with a single telephone call that yanks Billy and Katharina back into a life of havoc and peril.

Persuaded by a powerful old friend to go undercover for the U.S. government the two find themselves in Mexico during the height of the violent 1910-1920 revolution. There they grapple with an assortment of German spies, Mexican revolutionaries, devious political operatives, and other malefactors.

Subsequently, tragedy strikes and Billy vanishes leaving family and friends to wonder what happened to him. Where is he? Is he dead or alive? What provoked his decades-long disappearance? In The Lost Years of Billy Battles, those questions are answered, and the mystery behind Billy’s inexplicable disappearance is ultimately revealed.

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31 comments

  1. This book sits beside my computer 24/7. When I am writing, it is my “Go-To” resource for new and different ways of saying the same thing. I’ve even put together a workshop with this great resource book from Nicholas as the center of the workshop! Glad to see it here. Every writer needs this book.

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    • Thank you for listing my latest book! Sadly, a lot of this story was my life. The rest was based on my experiences as a paramedic and later as an ER RN.

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