Citi of Books is delighted to announce the publication of another magnificent JR Conway’s book, “After the Ride: Crime and Compassion.” This exciting detective book is now available for purchase at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other retail outlets.
Born in Washington, DC, J.R. Conway grew up on a farm in Maryland. He was 21 years old when he was drafted into the US Army. He was a Vietnam War veteran who flew helicopters for several tours. After retiring, JR joined the El Paso County, Colorado, Sheriff’s Office and donned a new outfit. For a short while, he operated a fixed-base business selling aircraft and instructing pilots. He thought it was not the smartest thing he had done.
JR relocated from Colorado to Wyoming and established a security and private investigation business there with his wife. Twelve years after starting that business, JR relocated to New Mexico and began a new profession as a business consultant and manager of a Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) at a community college that assisted companies in doing business with governments.
“After the Ride” tells the life story of a man called Kenneth Boutros. The horrible and sad circumstances of his life story had brought him to the streets and jail. Then, when a devastating situation became unbearable, he was brought to a state mental institution in Northern Colorado.
A flock of angels had illuminated the light of hope upon the gloomy life of Kenneth when the mental institution was able to connect with Bruce Boutros of Farson, Wyoming. He was Kenneth’s relative. Mr. Boutros agreed that when Kenneth was ready to be released, he was welcome to come and settle on his ranch. But the good life was unlikely to happen to Kenneth when David Cooke, who was a nephew of Mr. Boutros, didn’t want him to live on the ranch.
Craig Spence, the longtime Sheriff of Sweetwater County, was so emphatic about the difficult situation of Kenneth. He helped find a job for this poor guy. And so, the angel had brought Carl Tuber, who was very active with the chamber of commerce, into Kenneth’s life.
“After The Ride: Crime and Compassion” by JR Conway is now available for purchase through the links provided below:
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