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Mist in the Mountains [Kindle Edition]

J.H. Gason , Chris Guthrie at Open Book Editors , William Poe , Aurora Bloodletter , Victor Faulkner Valenzuela

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Product Description

In 1986 the largest criminal smuggling enterprise of the 20th century was exposed after the arrest of one small town sheriff for Trafficking. This event led to the largest incarceration of Law Enforcement Officials in the history America and would expose a southern based secret society who's origins predate the Civil War.
A story based on true events set in the Appalachia Mountains of Tennessee and Kentucky. An intertwined tale of Marijuana, Moonshine and Cocaine where the players are none other than those who are sworn to be protecting us from such threat, the Police.
Be there when several East Tennessee Sheriff's make deals with Pablo Escobar to land planes in their county for the purpose of transporting cocaine through out the United States to various Cartels and Mafia's.
Murder, corruption, fast cars and faster women make up this Hillbilly tale of Cops, Judges, Bikers and Farmers.
The telling of history in a manner which makes it enjoyable, sometimes down-right funny, from the position of one man who was there. Drama, Action, Humor, Humility, and Heritage all rolled into one book. You can almost smell the Cornbread baking while you read.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 664 KB
  • Print Length: 132 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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5.0 out of 5 stars great book most is true,i was there 25 March 2014
By EDWARD GOAD - Published on
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i was raised in scott co-- i still spend 6 months a year at my home in helenwood, most of this book is fiction but the pay offs the killings drug running and more is true ,,whoever wrote this book must be about my age 75 buy this book,,i read the whole book in one afternoon ,
4.0 out of 5 stars my history 25 March 2014
By ashlee reagan - Published on
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Well I'm from where this book takes place and I was very little when all this took place so I learned about the history of my hometown I started reading this and I could not put it down.
5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent find - a great story! 12 March 2014
By Ricky M. Hansen Jr. - Published on
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This book gives us a great, inside look at what goes on in the hills of Appalachia. We get peek at one of the largest smuggling operations in the history of the United States. The author writes in a way that puts us in-the-now while making us imagine what it is like to be there in the specific scenes.

Ex. “First day of April ’86, around noon here in the middle of the woods, where just the night before a storm had drenched the mountains.”

You can tell that Gason is well-educated on the topic of the book so the history that is outlined gains instant credibility. This a great geographical read, but will also engage a reader that likes history, crime, cartels, and corruption.

Mist in the Mountains is a great, quick read. Two thumbs up!
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it! 6 March 2014
By M. Harbin - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
Great look at small towns in Tennessee and Kentucky. No spoilers but the scene with the trunk and the Next time I see a possum I am running as fast as I can. That was pretty scary.

Well written and the "true events" were perfectly mixed into a story that the reader could get behind. I would highly recommend!
2.0 out of 5 stars A look behind the scenes 27 February 2014
By Tina Lucianovic - Published on
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Interesting subject but unusual writing style. Enjoyed the East Tennessee references but tired of the storytelling.Revealing look into small town politics.

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