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Before Sunrise

Narrated by: Monroe Clark McBride
Length: 3 hrs and 30 mins
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In Before Sunrise, Will Fortin of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is on patrol in southern Alberta. It’s a lonely region where the sky meets the land on even terms, where the landscape exaggerates or diminishes your place in the world. If you’re lucky, trouble would never find you there. If you weren’t, this was your battleground. 

This is where Fortin experiences the worst any cop can face, the taking of innocent lives while under fire in responding to a violent call at a farm involving a gun. His life destroyed, his guilt unbearable, Fortin, a good man, struggles as a haunted soul, aching to redeem himself. Years after the shooting, Fortin is assigned to escort a murderer from a Canadian prison to trial in Seattle, Washington. When their plane crashes in the unforgiving Rocky Mountains, Fortin is presented with his last chance at redemption.

©2016 Rick Mofina (P)2019 Cherry Hill Publishing, LLC

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  • 28-01-20

Couldn't finish

I almost never quit a book w/out finishing. But I gave up on this one. I usually like this author. I kept going back to the details to see what the story was supposed to be, but I never got to the part where he meets up with the prisoner. So depressing.