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Keefer O’Connor was a brilliant New York City Police Detective. When the Civil War erupted, he answered the call of duty. During the Battle of Antietam he earned a battlefield promotion rising to the rank of Captain. Now recognized as a brilliant military strategist, he is recruited by the War Department for a very important mission.

Being a surviving member of the ‘Fearless Sons of Erin’, he is immediately transferred. Now Special Agent Keefer O’Connor must blaze a trail from Washington D.C. to San Francisco to uncover the real life plot to turn California sympathy towards the Confederacy.

As he leaves his friends in New York, ride along and follow Keefer on his trip as he struggles with everyday life on the trail, avoiding the K.G.C., Confederate spies, dealing with the unusual gifts that he has never wanted and tries to survive the infamous Donner Pass.

In this first installment, Keefer and his party, Sara and Hunter, are just beginning to unravel the evil that awaits them in The Pass.

Get ready to embark on the very first covert military mission, that never, ever happened!

 


Some reviews for “The Pass” that we have received so far!


Review for The Pass 5 out of 5 stars

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From: Thomas

Rich, The book is awesome!!! I like all the back story being spread out as you read. The story keeps you in suspense
throughout the story as well. I also like how you guys intertwined the paranormal into the story and it was not overwhelming and kind of had a realistic sense to
it with what Keefer was questioning and doubting what he was seeing and feeling. Awesome job, great read. I hope the ending means there will be another! It was
hard to put down my phone, wanted to keep reading.


Review for The Pass 5 out of 5 stars

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From: Matt

I finished The Pass! Boyo! I feckin’ loved it! It has a strong story and it’s not like anything anyone else is doing that I
can think of. I want to see what happens next! I know Keefer has red hair but the whole time I was reading it I was picturing you in a cowboy hat… I can totally
see that. I also appreciated all the little details, like when Ed shoots Keefer with his own gun and it blows up in his hand… I know you went to great lengths to
research that. And the petroglyphs(?) Keefer saw at the pass itself.