A Change of Hate

A Change of Hate by [Broadmeadow, Joe]THE BOOK: A Change of Hate.


THE AUTHOR: Joe Broadmeadow.

THE PUBLISHER: JEBWizard Publishing.

SUMMARY: Often the most tragic victims of war are those who survive…

Harrison “Hawk Bennett, defense lawyer and former Green Beret, becomes entangled in a broad government conspiracy. Spanning the time from his Special Ops missions in Vietnam to the present, Hawk finds himself representing a Buddhist Monk accused of murdering a CIA official.

Nothing is ever as it seems and the past is but a memory away…

Joe BroadmeadowTHE BACK STORY: I formed the idea of the book after reading works by Thich Nhat Han, a Vietnamese Buddhist Monk and teacher who was active in the anti-war movement. He was forced to flee the country.

I wondered what would happen if two former enemies, one American and one Viet Cong were thrust together by circumstances beyond their control. The story evolved from that simple idea. It took just over a year to complete the writing.

The boo, touching on a host of themes, appeals to a wide range of readers.

WHY THIS TITLE?: The twist on the line, a change of heart, appealed to me and fit the overall theme.

WHY WOULD SOMEONE WANT TO READ IT? Anyone with interest in the human cost of war and its long-term consequences on those who survive will enjoy the book. While the American War in Vietnam is just a backdrop to the story, it is the genesis of the theme and conflict.

REVIEW COMMENTS: A must read!!!

January 15, 2018

Format: Kindle Edition

Another great read by author Joe Broadmeadow. . A Change Of Hate will have you mesmerized. Excellent story full of drama with a reflection back to the Vietnam War. Spellbinding with an ending you won’t suspect. You will not be able to put the book down!!!

AUTHOR PROFILE: Joe Broadmeadow retired with the rank of Captain from the East Providence, Rhode Island Police Department after twenty years. Assigned to various divisions within the department including Commander of Investigative Services, he also worked in the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force and on special assignment to the FBI Drug Task Force. Collision Course and Silenced Justice, Joe’s first two novels, are from the highly-acclaimed Josh Williams series. The books continue to garner rave reviews and are available in print, Kindle, and audio format. In addition to crime novels, Joe is developing a series of YA Fiction. The first, Saving the Last Dragon, is available in Kindle, print, and audio versions. The next book in the series, Raising the Last Dragon, is in development. Joe is also a contributing author to the short story trilogy Run, Scream, Die! Run is available on Amazon and Scream is due out for Valentine’s Day. Die!, the last of the trilogy, will be released later in 2017.

Joe also writes for two blogs, The Writing of Joe Broadmeadow (www.joebroadmeadowblog.wordpress.com) and The Heretic and the Holy Man (www.thehereticandtheholyman.wordpress.com) When Joe is not writing, he is hiking or fishing (and thinking about writing). Joe completed a 2,185-mile thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail in September, 2014. After completing the trail, Joe published a short story, Spirit of the Trail, available on Amazon.com in Kindle format. Joe lives in Lincoln, RI with his wife Susan. http://joebroadmeadowblog.wordpress.com http://www.amazon.com/Joe-Broadmeadow/e/B00OWPE9GU

 SAMPLE CHAPTER: https://www.amazon.com/Joe-Broadmeadow/e/B00OWPE9GU

WHERE ELSE TO BUY IT: Amazon PRICE: $2.99 Kindle $15.99 paperback.

CONTACT THE AUTHOR: joe.broadmeadow@hotmail.com, http://www.joebroadmeadowblog.wordpress.com

Twitter @JBroadmeadow

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Recently retired after 35 years with the News & Advance newspaper in Lynchburg, VA, now re-inventing myself as a novelist/nonfiction writer and writing coach in Lake George, NY.

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