Jim Misko Author- FOR WHAT HE COULD BECOME & THE MOST EXPENSIVE MISTRESS IN JEFFERSON COUNTY

FOR WHAT HE COULD BECOME

by Jim Misko

ISBN 0-9640826-1-6

FOR WHAT HE COULD BECOME is a dramatic novel following the life of a 1/2 Native Alaskan youth from a disastrous bear hunt through his struggles working on a Yukon riverboat, the ALCAN Highway, and being drafted in WWII where his division fights in the Battle of the Bulge. His eventual slide downhill into alcoholism, unemployment, and homelessness is arrested by the untimely death of his brother whose widow gives him a second chance at love, life, and happiness and shoves him into the first 1000 mile Iditarod Sled Dog Race.

THE MOST EXPENSIVE MISTRESS IN JEFFERSON COUNTY

by Jime Misko

ISBN 9-780964082625

It is the last week of a three year struggle to close a $400 million dollar real estate exchange between BLM,Fish & Wildlife, US Forest Service, 130 individual ranchers and the Nez Perce Indian tribe. But Hawk Neilson is sick.

Everyone wants a piece of Hawk’s $10 Million – if the deal closes. The Indians hire an old classmate of Hawk’s, an ex-convict, to negotiate for them. Everywhere he turns, he hits a brick wall. As problems mount there seems no way it can close by Friday.

Jim Misko grew up on Ord, Nebraska, moved to Oregon and then to Alaska. He has worked as a roughneck, mink rancher, truck driver, logger, school teacher and real estate broker. His books have gone into multiple printings and sold throughout all states. Jim and his wife, Patti, live in Anchorage, Alaska in summer and La Quinta, California in the winter.

To order: http://www.JimMisko.com click on Books. Or Mail $15 to Northwest Ventures Press 9138 Arlon St. SteA3-881 Anchorage, Ak99507 for either book. Add $3 for S&H

Also available through Barnes & Noble, Amazon, independent book stores, and as ebooks.

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