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This road ends in a collection of short stories by 25 of the most gifted writers of our time. Intended for lovers of short fiction everywhere, the End of the Road is a must read for anyone intent on keeping current with the literary scene.
Anna J. McIntyre
Donna B. McNicol
L. S. Burton
C. A. Newsome
J R C Salter
E. B. Boggs
David A. Cuban
- Flipper loves scuba diving.
- Smokey loves to race cars.
- Grizz, well, she loves most anything that keeps her adrenaline pumping.
***SHORT STORY PREQUEL to the upcoming Red Line Coffee Mystery series. Meet the characters now!
Police Sergeant Jim Sanders has been appointed the Acting Police Chief while his boss takes a vacation in Montana. Jim thinks two weeks will be a breeze, crime isn't a big thing in the small town of Bradford, Pennsylvania.
Was it an accident? Maybe suicide? Or could it have been something more sinister? John Crocker was not a well-liked man. He smoked too much, drank too much, and gambled too much. But even he had a family and they deserved to know the truth.
Small town Klondike, up the hill from Bradford, suddenly sees a spike in vandalism. Cabins ransacked, cars trashed - who is responsible? Summer tourist kids or someone more evil?
Lucia Santerez puts her education on hold and returns home to help her brother Nicholás run his new dive shop. When she arrives, he's nowhere to be found. She's told he's run off with his girlfriend without a word to her.
Befriended by a vacationing firefighter and twin elderly sisters who run the C'Mon Inn B&B, together they try to unravel the mystery of her brother's disappearance. They soon learn someone doesn't want him found.
Aloha Nicholás! But will this be a hello or a goodbye?
These seven short stories were written with the idea of creating worlds where imagination runs free. Fanciful characters, amazing lands, and creatures unheard of in our world. I hope these stories will fuel a thirst for reading and encourage young folks to be more creative.
Each story has a life lesson involved - losing a best friend, bullying, missing a parent, helping others, dealing with family and more.
When Cherie Marshall catches her fiancé and best friend in a compromising position, she cancels her upcoming wedding and jumps at the chance to escape to quiet Klondike, Pennsylvania to care for her elderly aunt. She thought her biggest issue would be adapting to life in the middle of a National Forest, so very different from her upbringing in the deserts of Arizona.
But that was before she met State Trooper Fire Marshall Jamison "Jazz" Maddox at the scene of a mysterious fire. As they both become acquainted with the close-knit Klondike residents, things get complicated as Cherie and Jazz find themselves in the middle of a local crime wave where arson, kidnapping, embezzlement and a decades-old murder are just the tip of the iceberg.
Death and time in jail interfere.
Traveling from Bradford, Pennsylvania to Kalispell, Montana for two weeks of fishing and relaxation had all the earmarks of a great time. Then one of them is found dead and the other is hustled into jail. As things go awry, the local police are of little assistance.
Everyone back home in Pennsylvania is furious and they want answers. Now two are headed to Montana to get them.
Three childhood friends decide to take a break from their stressful business lives. Together with the partners and spouses, they charter a luxury boat and go on a relaxing vacation.
Nicholás Santerez watches from his dive shop as an explosion turns their boat into a fiery inferno. Enlisting the aid of his sister, Lucia, and their friends at the C'Mon Inn B&B, they rush to the rescue.
A year later, the survivors gather at the C'Mon Inn and they find themselves involved in a surprising investigation into the events of the prior year.
Will anyone's life ever be the same?
From Woodstock to communes, to Vietnam, and then on to Hawaii. Find out how it all began...
Go back to the beginning and follow the Thompson twin sisters as they graduate high school and wend their way across the United States before settling on the beautiful island of Kauai.
As owners of the C'Mon Inn Bed & Breakfast, their ohana encompasses those looking for missing loved ones, taking care of lost dogs, dealing with killers on the loose, and a lot more.
Sarah wonders if she made the right decision when Brian goes missing. Should they have stayed in the city where she knew the dangers?
In response to my readers, this short story has become the prequel to a new book, Home Again, now available on Amazon.
Synopsis: Now that Sarah and Brian have decided to stay in Baxter Springs, they have to forget some of their big city ways that might set them apart from new hometown. No city buses, no big movie cinemas, no street lights and no 911 service. Sarah worries that Brian will grow bored and get into trouble but she has her own worries, like finding a job to support them. There isn't much call for more waitresses in a town with one diner and a coffee shop. How will she support them so they can stay here in her home town?
Then there is the hunky sheriff who's also new to town, Carl Pierce, who seems to be quite interested in learning more about Sarah and her son.
A contemporary romance for everyone to enjoy.
Ten friends gather at the C'Mon Inn B&B on Kaua`i for a reunion vacation to fulfill the final wishes of an old friend and coworker - the scattering of his ashes. One by one, they are beset by accidents. Are they really accidents?
Hawaii - Is it really a paradise or just a death trap?
Officer Cassidy Peck needs a vacation and when her parents can't go, she takes over their cruise tickets and invites her new friend, Caryl-Anne Newsome to go with her.
All is good until a passenger is reported missing and Cass has an idea who might be to blame. After all, she's always on duty.