When you go through hell, sometimes the best way to survive is with your best friend by your side. 

Second Chances
Jeremy Soldevilla

Nineteen-year-old Gabriel Turner excels at training pit bulls for illegal fights. When he runs into trouble with the law, he is given an ultimatum to either go to jail or join the military. He opts for the Army where he straightens out and serves as a handler of a bomb-sniffing dog he names Samuel L. Jackson. The two have each other’s back through terrible situations in war-torn Afghanistan. A brutal RPG explosion changes everything. The book shines a spotlight on the brave service of military working dogs and what they experience, an issue few people are familiar with, as well as tackling the debilitating aspects of PTSD, opioid addiction and suicide.
A percentage of the profits from this book will be donated to various military working dog associations as well as the Wounded Warrior Project.

ISBN 978-1-945146-41-1 • 5.5 x 8.5  paperback • 266 pgs • $17.95

Coming this Spring! Pre-order your copy before March 31 for a discounted autographed copy!

About the author


After a career as a Boston publisher, Jeremy Soldevilla moved to Montana where he owned and operated a bed and breakfast in Bozeman, where, between making beds and breakfasts, skiing and fishing, he began writing novels. The inspiration for much of his writing comes from the dramatic and majestic landscape of Montana. He currently lives and writes in Boston, Massachusetts.

My favorite authors
Cormac McCarthy, Craig Lancaster, Thomas McGuane, CJ Box, Ron McLarty, Larry McMurtry, Katherine Dunn, Preston and Childs, John Irving, A.B. Guthrie, Jr., Annie Proulx, Charles Bukowski, James Lee Burke.

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