NEW TALES OF CRIME AND SUSPENSE JOIN PROSCH FAN FAVORITES TO KEEP YOU TURNING PAGES WELL PAST MIDNIGHT…
From the 1965 east-coast blackout to depression-era Nebraska; from the trash-piled streets of Manhattan to rural-South Carolina; here are seventeen short stories of innocent criminals, guilty bystanders, mob hit men, dead farm girls and small-town cops.
Justice is brutal, long dead secrets won’t stay in the grave and just about everybody has something real to fear.
“Each story in this collection twists its tail in unexpected directions – unexpected but satisfying, delivering perfectly right closure.” – Paul Bishop, author of Lie Catchers.
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