About the Book:-
The town of Eagleton is a rural community nestled in Colorado. The people who call the townhome, twelve thousand in all, are for the most part plain-spoken and hard-working.
George Schmidt is one such townsperson. He spends most of his time eking out a modest existence on the farm he inherited from his father. His social life consists of a morning coffee in town. He doesn’t have time for much besides farming. But that’s all about to change.
When George is driving one morning, he hits a section of damaged road that causes him to lose control of his pickup truck. He is pinned in the wreckage and sustains severe, life-threatening injuries. He believes the local government is at fault for not fixing the road or putting up a warning sign.
The government argues that they did put up a sign—but George contends it might have been after the fact. George hires legal counsel and soon realizes that there is more at stake for local officials than merely a payout. They will do anything to show they are not liable as election day looms.
George is in for the fight of his life as he attempts to get justice and uncover the truth behind small-town corruption.