Rivers Crossing by D.Keith & Tui Brooks

Rivers Crossing, action adventure novel

Rivers Crossing

Rivers Crossing

River Brookes, a young New Zealand medical student in the final year of her medical training in the United States, decides to spend her holiday exploring the southwestern parts of the States.  She is deep in the heart of the Texas Big Bend desert when her car catches fire and she finds herself stranded in the desert alone and unprotected.   Her ensuing adventures includes Mexican bandits, drug cartels, Texas ranchers, vigilantes, government agencies and operatives and the chance to find love, a home and the family that she has longed for.

The story is set on the ranch of Keith Martingale and his sister Jana.  The ranch has been in their family for over 100 years and it is Keith’s intention to do whatever is necessary to keep the ranch operating and keep his family on the land that has been their home since Texas was a Republic.

Battles with drug cartels, struggles with government agencies and operatives and the blossoming romance between Keith and River work together to create a compelling and engaging story.

The vast southwestern part of Texas is the setting for this action adventure novel.  This romance thriller reflects many current issues along the border of Texas and Mexico and depicts the struggles and tenacity of the Texans who love their land, their state and their way of life and will fight to keep it despite the odds.

Non-stop action, intrigue, international crime, love, romance, sex and insight into the love of a man for his family, his friends, his way of life and his heritage are the hall marks of this book which readers will find hard to put down.

About the author

D Keith is a retired professional fire fighter, university instructor, entrepreneur and business owner.  He finally retired several years ago to devote time to his two great passions, writing and gardening.  His works include poetry, children’s and now, with the publication of “Rivers Crossing” a fill length novel.

After spending 25 years as a professional fire fighter with a major metropolitan fire department, D. Keith retired and spent a number of years as an instructor in the business management department of a local university.  Along with the MBA he had earned while an active fire fighter, his experience in starting and running several successful business was put to use in the classroom teaching management, organizational structure, entrepreneurship and small business management.  He then started another business in retail and ran this until he decided to retire and devote his energies to his writing and his gardening.

D. Keith is currently working on the sequel to “Rivers Crossing” and hopes to have it on shelves by early spring of 2017.  The story will continue the romance and adventures of River Brookes and will take the scope of the families off the ranch and away from Texas and into the heart of Paris.  Readers can look forward to more adventures, more romance and more intrigue and surprise as River and Keith find themselves involved with international gangsters involved in human trafficking and bent on revenge.
Texas ranchers, vigilantes, government agencies and operatives and the chance to find love, a home and the family that she has longed for.

Set in the vast southwestern parts of Texas, this romance thriller reflects many current issues along the border of Texas and Mexico and depicts the struggles and tenacity of the Texans who love their land, their state and their way of life and will fight to keep it despite the odds.

D Keith is a retired professional fire fighter, university instructor, entrepeneur and business owner.  He finally retired several years ago to devote time to his two great passions, writing and gardening.  His works include poetry, childrens and now, with the publication of “Rivers Crossing” a fill length novel.

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