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Hurricane Audrey – Chapter 9

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Chapter 9 After speaking to Ellen Henry’s mother, I arranged a meeting with Fairbanks. This time without any surprises, without any pretenses. I needed answers, and she needed to give them to me — whether she understood that or not. The woman showed up on time, being driven in a large black sedan. She rolled down her window but stayed… Read more »

Hurricane Audrey — Chapter 7

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Chapter 7 Anderson watched Ron Cavanaugh get into his car and drive toward the police station. He knew that’d be where the fellow was heading; the arraignment for Audrey Carmen was later this afternoon. Anderson pulled out onto main after Cavanaugh but turned at the first right and began to head toward the county proper. He drove the long way… Read more »

Hurricane Audrey — Chapter 4

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Chapter 4 The girl in the painting looked alive, but Anderson knew she wasn’t. Her eyes, in the painting, carried an orange-yellow glow in addition to their natural blue. She looked at the viewer, her arms tied behind her back, her bare breasts spilling forward, her blond hair framing her face as though it were a portrait all its own…. Read more »

Hurricane Audrey — Chapter 2

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Chapter 2 The doctors insisted on checking me out before allowing me to leave. Apparently the debris did a number on my appearance — at least, I hoped thats all it was. Before they released me, Elmira made it to the hospital and he was steamed. “What were you doing there?” Elmira demanded. “Saving those cops’ lives,” I said. “We… Read more »

Boots, Dames, and Skies: The Red, White, and Blue Collection

After the Blue Skies Fall, I’ve decided to throw everything together into one big collection: Boots, Dames, and Skies: The Red, White, and Blue Collection (Cigars and Legs Book 5) Ron Cavanaugh flew a fighter over Korea, took shrapnel, and then spent time recovering in England. He thought coming home would be a break from the violence. Until he found… Read more »