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Jack Watts has an A.B., from Georgia State University; an M.A., from Baylor University; and has completed everything except for his dissertation for a Ph.D. from Emory University. He has worked for nearly three decades in marketing, serving Christian ministries and publishers. Jack has five children and nine grandchildren.

 

Betrayal in Charleston: Extortion, Torture, and FBI Sting

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Betrayal in Charleston: Extortion, Torture, and FBI Sting

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I Wrote Betrayal in Charleston for Steve Sarkela. 

It's Steve's story, penned by Jack Watts

 

Nothing is more exciting than a riveting novel—nothing except for a true story this is even more spellbinding. If you like true stories, ones that keep you on the edge of your chair, then Betrayal in Charleston is for you. It's nearly impossible to put down.

If someone you love lets you down, it hurts. Often it causes painful for a long time, but nothing is as difficult as being betrayed by a family member. This was Steve Sarkela's experience, but it didn't just happen once. It occurred routinely with several family members. Even worse, Steve's betrayals were life altering—not trivial. One betrayal culminated in Steve being abducted, tortured and threatened with death.

Eventually escaping, Steve decided to fight back rather than remain a victim, but the local police were supportive of his kidnappers. Eliciting the support of the FBI to find justice, Steve becomes the bait for a sting operation that could prove to be fatal.

Because Steve's story is real, it isn't predictable. This adds considerably to its fascination, but Steve's tale is much more than a chronology of events. It takes you into his inner world, describing how he deals with such massive betrayals, including the post-traumatic stress that followed his torture. Uplifting and positive, the message of Betrayal in Charleston is noble and redemptive, making it a must read. 

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I Wrote Betrayal in Charleston for Steve Sarkela.

It's Steve's story, penned by Jack Watts

Nothing is more exciting than a riveting novel—nothing except for a true story this is even more spellbinding. If you like true stories, ones that keep you on the edge of your chair, then Betrayal in Charleston is for you. It's nearly impossible to put down.

If someone you love lets you down, it hurts. Often it causes painful for a long time, but nothing is as difficult as being betrayed by a family member. This was Steve Sarkela's experience, but it didn't just happen once. It occurred routinely with several family members. Even worse, Steve's betrayals were life altering—not trivial. One betrayal culminated in Steve being abducted, tortured and threatened with death.

Eventually escaping, Steve decided to fight back rather than remain a victim, but the local police were supportive of his kidnappers. Eliciting the support of the FBI to find justice, Steve becomes the bait for a sting operation that could prove to be fatal.

Because Steve's story is real, it isn't predictable. This adds considerably to its fascination, but Steve's tale is much more than a chronology of events. It takes you into his inner world, describing how he deals with such massive betrayals, including the post-traumatic stress that followed his torture. Uplifting and positive, the message of Betrayal in Charleston is noble and redemptive, making it a must read. 

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