By Bo Turner
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Jeff has worked hard for years to become the sales vice president of his company. At his age, he cannot ask for more in life. He has a successful career and a happy family. But one day, Jeff wakes up haunted by his past.

The New York Times demands the CIA to publicize the confidential documents known as the Family Jewels. These chronicle its highly covert operations thirty years ago. The project received negative response because of privacy invasion issues.

Jeff was part of the mission dealing with drug cases. He has endured long enough to forget his old life, but for the first time, he is compelled to confess everything to Jennifer, his wife.

Since the day he tells Jennifer the truth, Jeffs fear consumes him. Despite Jennifers assurance of her love, Jeff remains distant until they part ways.

About the Author

Born in Greenville, SC, Owen Bo Turner grew up in Miami. After attending the University of Pennsylvania for a short period, he received a bachelors degree in journalism from the University of Florida and a master degree in theology (pastoral studies) from Loyola University New Orleans.

Bos previous careers have included football (semi-pro and a free agent tryout with the Houston Oilers), plumbing supplies and journalist.

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Published: 2011
Page Count: 100