The Fence And Then The Trees

The Fence And Then The Trees

eBook - 2014
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What would you do? Jack Carber was in a bad spot. Betrayed and thrown in prison, he had to figure out fast how to survive, and with no idea who to trust and who not to trust. To make matters worse, he had already gotten on the bad side of The Kennel on day one. But his biggest threat was the vacant psychopath named Adder, whose cell he found himself sharing. And with this one, his best tools for survival, his skills as a con man, had no effect at all. How would you survive? Jack faced dangerous enemies, an indifferent prison administration, and an inmate advocate with his own twisted agenda. He was determined to keep himself alive and sane, even as he began to slowly give up on himself. As long as he kept his head down and didn't fall prey to the fatal mistake of trusting anyone ever again, he'd eventually get out alive... in body if not in spirit. And that seemed like the most he could expect. What would keep you going? A sudden revelation and the resulting puzzle, though, throws his world into a wildly different light. He's unexpectedly clutching at a glimmer of hope, something more than mere survival, and yet fighting to not repeat the mistakes of his past again. But something deep inside him begs him to take that risk one more time. Because, exactly how far would you be willing to go to protect the best thing that ever happened to you, especially when it hadn't even happened?.--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : JF Smith, 2014
ISBN: 9781311084514
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: enki Library

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