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  • Target: Mendez: An Alex Mendez Tale

    Target: Mendez: An Alex Mendez Tale

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    Genre: Fiction
    ASIN: B00M9NYHFK
    Twelve years ago, Alex Mendez was a fresh-faced uniformed police officer, unsure of himself or the profession he had chosen. When a drunk driver kills a family on its way home from vacation, Alex was forced to grow up quickly, witnessing unrepentant evil the likes of which he'd never seen.
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  • Twelve years ago, Alex Mendez was a fresh-faced uniformed police officer, unsure of himself or the profession he had chosen. When a drunk driver kills a family on its way home from vacation, Alex was forced to grow up quickly, witnessing unrepentant evil the likes of which he’d never seen. Derrick Calloway was a shiftless drunk. No job, no ambition. Only a devoted wife and loving child to inspire him to get clean. Covered in the stench of alcohol, blood and saliva, Derrick Calloway is cuffed and forced into the back of a police car. Meanwhile, across town, fate deals Calloway a gut-wrenching blow. One that causes him to swear revenge on everyone responsible for his incarceration. Having served his time, Calloway is now out. And, as the saying goes, revenge is a dish best served cold.

    About the Author
    Edward Hancock II

    Born with Spina Bifida, Edward Hancock II says he was always a dreamer. These dreams became a reality at the age of 10 when he wrote what he considers to be his first short story. By the age of 14, Hancock developed a deep love for writing poetry. By 19, he was a staff member of the Kilgore College Ranger Yearbook and Flare newspaper.

    Edward Hancock II is a graduate of Sabine High School and Kilgore College. While in attendance at Kilgore, Hancock was Assistant Editor and Editor-in-Chief of the Ranger Yearbook, for which he won more than 20 awards from the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association.

    He is a member of the Northeast Texas Writers Organization (NETWO), the East Texas Writers Association (ETWA) as well as the East Texas Christian Writers and others. He is also a speaker for hire, regularly speaking to children's and disabled groups on such topics as "life with no excuses" and "never give up on a dream".

    His hobbies include reading, traveling, genealogy research and movies. He currently lives in Gilmer, Texas with a house full of four-legged children.

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