Trapped by a Dream: When Fates Collide (A True Account Taken From the Journals of Boots Butler)
by Leola Butler
Trapped By a Dream: When Fates collide is the true account of a young Russian girl who is deceived and abducted. Her rescue mission is detailed from the personal journals of Boots Butler, the team leader. This story involves the collective abilities of Boots, working with an extraordinary group of comrades in arms, to extract a prisoner. The rescue takes Boots and his clan to Amsterdam where their most hated enemy, the Russian Mafia, stands between them and the object of the operation. They do this with complete selflessness and courage. Once engaged they will not quit. Their motto is "failure is not an option." These are the words they live by, and will die by, if necessary.
About the author: Leola butler is an emerging author recounting the true stories of the recovery of abducted and exploited children performed by A.E. "Boots" Butler, her husband of thirty-six years. Since 1994 she has been the secretary/treasurer and case assignment controller for the non-profit organization, Somewhere Out There. The stories that she writes about tell of the bravery and perseverance of the heroic men that rescue stolen and kidnapped children. She earned an Associate of Arts degree at Peninsula College and majored in criminal Justice at Washington State University. Leola and Boots now reside in the scenic Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. When she is not writing, Leola enjoys spending time with her family, working as a care-giver and is a devoted mother and grandmother of four.
~I received a complimentary copy of this book - but I don't know who sent it! I have searched my email for any reference to this title and cannot find one. I feel so bad as I am usually more careful that that. So if you happen to be the sender - or if someone has received a review copy themselves - please let me know who sent it to me! Watch for my review sometime in January.~
Trapped By A Dream: When Fates Collide: A true account taken from the journals of Boots Butler
Publisher/Publication Date: Xlibris, May 2010