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The love of men for men in the harsh yet magnificent world of historic America: here is a tale of passion and power, ambition and treachery in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo mountains. More...
A young gay man living in Santa Fe, New Mexico risks his freedom by smuggling thousands of dollars to Morocco to free a Muslim—a college student accused of terrorism and dying in prison. CREED is a modern-day drama about terrorism, sexual abuse, greed and oppression. It’s also about friendship, young love and healing across religious and cultural barriers.
CREED is based on the fictional ancient belief of the Camino Sagrado which was first brought to New Mexico by Spanish conquistadores. The belief sets forth a divine philosophy for journeying life’s walk towards finding your individual purpose. The book is sure to leave you questioning the nature of coincidence…and other road signs.
Michael Chavez was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico and currently resides high in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains where he crafts his work. CREED is Michael's debuet novel and was released May 2012. Capturing Love's Uncommon Footsteps is Michael's branding. Read more about Michael at http://www.mjchavez.com.
Publishers Weekly writes: “A thriller with puzzling twists aplenty…the manuscript creates a web in which the innocents are the accused, the accusers are the criminals, and the plot doesn’t stop gyrating until the very end...” (Publishers Weekly is an independent organization and the review was written based on a manuscript version of the book and not the published version.)
Reader Views says: "[A] solid and engaging contemporary fictional crime mystery that is riveting and relevant to today's American culture."
Bookpleasures writes: "CREED is deftly written and finely textured. The result is a satisfying interpretation of cross-cultural contact in the Twenty-First Century...It is realistic, and you will remember it.
CREED is published by Regal Crest Enterprises, LLC, www.regalcrest.biz.
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