Joe's Most Dangerous Mission

Sequel to I’ll Wait

by Doris M. Jones



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/31/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 88
ISBN : 9781490785615
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 88
ISBN : 9781490785769

About the Book

This story continues from I'll Wait. It's been four and a half years since Joe was honorable discharge from the Army. He was the Leader of a Tactic a Team that rescued captures Soldiers. Joe and Lydia are still very much in love. They have three beautiful children. The News Reported that some people in a Village was take hostage. Lydia is nervous because she thinks Joe may volunteer to go back in the Army to help. He held the best record for a Tactic Team Leader. Since he was a Christian, he always prayed for ways to do things and be fore he made a rescue attempt. Something is going to happen. It may turn their world upside down forJoe and Lydia.There will be some surprises that will surprise you. I pray that you enjoy the story.

About the Author

Doris Marie Jones grew up in Dallas, Texas and is the second child of seven. Her Mom passed from surgery when she was seventeen years old and her Dad passed from lung cancer, three years later. Doris married right out of high school and they had five children (who all are doing very well in life). She is the grandmother of eleven and great-grandmother of eleven. Doris has many awards from different areas. She has many writing awards including three Editor’s Choice for poems. She was selected in Who is Who in Poetry in 2004-2005. There are about seventy of her poems published in different poetry anthologies in the Libraries under Doris M. Jones-Landrine, her second married name. September 27, 2017, she woke up with a serious nosebleed and Thomas her grandson, rushed to the hospital. When she got there her blood pressure was 223/180. Medication was injected intravenously to bring her pressure down but she flatlined (Died). The Doctor called Code Blue but before they tried to resuscitate her, God brought her back. When she opened her eyes, she smiled and said, “I’ve got Jesus!” They all laughed and one of the Nurses said, “She’s got Jesus.” Presently, Doris is doing fine.