Surviving the Hitt
By: Wayne Enyart
About the Book
Jack West is now working undercover for the Miami Police Department after sustaining a career-ending injury as a sniper in the Marine Corps. He has everything he could ever want: a loving wife, two beautiful children, and a newfound career with the Miami P.D. that no longer takes him all over the world.
Jack’s newest case involves building a case and performing a sting operation on Darren Marcolli, a local mob boss in Miami, Florida.
So, why is he waking up in the home of Marcolli, a Colt pistol in each hand, two dead men on the floor nearby, Darren Marcolli’s daughters locked in a closet, and no understanding of how he got there?
Nothing is what it seems in Jack West’s life, and soon, he will be forced to make a choice between what is right and what is lawful.
Is a crime always just a crime, or can certain circumstances justify an unlawful act? And despite performing an act that’s within the boundaries of the law, sometimes certain actions simply can’t go unpunished.
About the Author
Wayne Enyart spent much of his career in the auto sales industry, followed by ten years in the insurance business before his retirement.
Wayne and his wife, Donna, have been married for thirty-six years and have two beautiful daughters and three amazing grandsons.
Wayne and his wife’s appreciation for our society’s public servants — policemen, firemen, teachers — resulted in their longstanding commitment to raising money for these professions and the organizations for which they work. Wayne is also a longtime supporter of Ducks Unlimited and the National Rifle Association.