The Most Expensive Mistress in Jefferson County
What would you do to earn ten million dollars? Would you be willing to compromise your principles? Hawkins "Hawk" Neilson is about to find out in "The Most Expensive Mistress in Jefferson County."
The United States Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Land Management have signed a contract--along with 130 ranchers, farmers, and the Nez Pearce Indian Nation--to exchange over $400 million of property in the largest land deal in Idaho history.
Hawk has drained his bank account and borrowed more money to close this transaction. Can he make it through the last week before closing? When the Indians suddenly demand an additional million dollars for one of their properties, Hawk explodes. Now he must deal with a situation that could change his life forever.
About James A. Misko (Anchorage, Alaska Author)
James A. Misko was born in Ord, Nebraska, then moved to Oregon and Alaska, completing what for him was a natural bridge to the frontier. He has worked as an oil field roughneck, a logger, mink rancher, truck driver, sawmill hand, teacher, journalist, real estate broker, and writer. With numerous published articles and five novels to his credit, he continues to work at being the best author of fiction he can be. Jim and his wife Patti live in Alaska during the summer and California in the winter.