Two children try to bring down a child trafficking ring that has murdered several children they knew. Stella Fargo is their one chance of not being killed, too. As she searches for them in an Appalachian forest, the trafficking ring hunts her.
I FEARED I’D FAILED HER. I drove through the torrents of cold rain at midnight looking for a mailbox with a red and white sweater hanging from it. No GPS. Nothing guided me to a sweater on a damned mailbox. I had been in the area too long, driving too many miles, but I had not found the right road. Panicked and exhausted, I worried that I’d missed her, or that they had already grabbed Callista.
A complicated relationship with her mother turns deadly after Stella Fargo does an innocent favor for a widowed friend, three violent men try to kidnap and kill her. They want the murdered husband’s hidden millions of dollars of drugs and money.
I felt knocked back by the anger and tone of the man at the mention of Hannah Pickett’s name. Sheriff’s cars and trucks stood parked on the road I needed to take as far as I could see. Two SUVs, late comers, parked behind the others.
Foreword by Scott Turow. Twenty-two authors contributed short crime fiction stories on the theme “Every stolen vote is a crime.” All the money earned from sales is contributed to the Southern Poverty Law Center’s programs to fight voter.
2020 wasn’t kind to any of us, was it? (And 2021 is off to a shaky start at best!) Pandemic, economic collapse, out-of-control wildfires the world ’round, ice storms, murder hornets…and that’s without even discussing politics.
includes my story, Everlasting Due, which gives an alternative vision of both Heaven and Hell, appears in this wonderful anthology. Some people contend that this is my most humorous story.
Climate change is no longer a vague future threat. Forests are burning, currents are shifting, and massive storms dump staggering amounts of water in less than 24 hours.
300K A Poetry Anthology about the Human Race Une anthologie de poésie sur l’espèce humaine. French-speaking and English-speaking poets from the 21st century meet in this incredible anthology that wants itself to be another stone on the suicidal path sapiens took 300.000.