Las Cruces, NM, June 9, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Author JR Conway is pleased to announce the promotion of his contemporary fiction novel, Greyhound Therapy. Appropriately titled, Greyhound Therapy is the practice of dumping undesirables into neighboring countries. This a practice sometimes used by under-funded law enforcement departments and medical facilities where troublemakers or unwanted people with mental illnesses are put on a bus out of town to become someone else's problem. This practice can go on for extended periods of time, the same people repeatedly getting kicked out of one county and into another.
The novel follows a county sheriff with a jurisdiction along an interstate, which like an artery is pumping criminals and mentally ill strangers into his community. Undermanned and overwhelmed, the sheriff is faced with an exploding population, inadequate facilities and law enforcement from other counties all the while sending more difficulties his way. Having to solve a murder that occurred in his jail, a wife who has been diagnosed with cancer and a continuous flow of transients, the sheriff must use all his ingenuity and problem solving ability as he deals with crime, personal struggles in his own life and carrying out his responsibilities to care for the transients.
This thrilling and touching novel shows that tragedy and adversity can bring people together in a common purpose of caring for what is truly important in our lives.
Greyhound Therapy is available in both print and ebook formats.
By JR Conway
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
About The Author:
JR Conway was born in Washington DC and raised on a Maryland farm. At the age of 18 was drafted into the U.S. Army. Is a Vietnam era veteran with multiple tours as a helicopter pilot. Upon retiring, JR stepped out of one uniform into another and joined the El Paso County, Colorado Sheriff’s department. He owned a fixed base operation for a short time where he sold aircraft and taught people to fly. Not the best decision he ever made.
Conway moved from Colorado to Wyoming where he started, along with his wife, a security and private investigation company. Twelve years after launching that venture, he moved to New Mexico where he started another career as a business consultant and the manager of a Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), at a Community College, helping businesses do business with governments.
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