Paradise Flawed
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All Mike Hanson wants is a relaxing family vacation in the mountains of New Mexico; time away from his stressful Midland, Texas career and a chance to refocus on family. The explosion of a gasoline tanker truck and subsequent forest fire not only change vacation plans but his entire life, sending Mike and other survivors on a dash for their lives. Its no accident. He is ta...more
ebook, 414 pages
Published November 25th 2009 by Smashwords Edition (first published November 10th 2009)
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Brande Waldron
Paradise Flawed by Daniel Lance Wright is a captivating thriller that will keep you guessing until the end. Daniel has created some pretty fascinating and entertaining characters and poor Mike Hanson, stressed out from twenty years of working himself to the bone for Weaver Oilfield Tool & Supply he is burnt out. A good man with a wife who has lost herself all these years so wrapped up in her social circles and keeping up with her society ladies that she has left her marriage and personality...more
Sheila
Some families are majorly dysfunctional. Others just don’t function right. Mike and Brenda, in Daniel Lance Wright’s Paradise Flawed, fall into the latter category, with college daughter Jojo gazing on in dismay. How did Brenda “reel so far out of control” and why does Mike just step back? Mike’s friend Ed suggests Mike’s working himself into his grave. And so the family head off on vacation—to Paradise Mountain Resort.

The dialog’s finely tuned and realistic, though formalities of formatting som...more
Andrea Allison
After 20 years working at Weaver Oilfield Tool and Supply, the need to alleviate stress hits Texas resident Mike Hanson hard. A relaxing vacation in the New Mexican mountains provides a chance to also refocus on his family. However, an explosion of a gasoline tanker truck eliminates all mellow plans. Mountain updrafts sends Hanson, daughter Jojo, Paradise Mountain Resort owner Katy and her son Josh up Grant Peak in to a 19th Century gold mine for refuge. As they fight for survival, they soon lea...more
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