The Drive-By Wife by Mike Wells

Publication Date: September 6, 2013

 

MW_The_Drive_By_WifeAllen and Cynthia Hunt were growing distant when Allan started having doubts about his wife’s fidelity. He follows her one night in order to confirm his suspicions and is there in time to save her from a potential rape. In the melee he accidentally kills Cynthia’s attacker. Thinking that he got away with murder, they go back to their now increasingly troubled marriage until one day the brother of Cynthia’s attacker shows up knowing what they’ve done as though he was there. What will Cynthia and Allen do when he reveals that he will keep his silence in exchange for a Drive-by Wife?

 

 

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Just Beneath the Surface I by R.H. Ramsey

Publication Date: February 13, 2013

 

Just Beneath the Surface I by R.H. Ramsey is a story of abuse and violence told from the perspective of Kendall, an abused woman, and her daughter, Diamond, a young woman perched on the edge of joining her mother in a terrible cycle of bad choices. Can Kendall break the cycle in time to save her own life and to help her daughter escape what will likely be her own terrible end?

 

 

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The Mortal Religion by Marc Horn

Publication Date: October 20, 2012

 

MH_The_Mortal_ReligionIn [easyazon-link asin=”1480179582″ locale=”us”]The Mortal Religion[/easyazon-link] Chalk Cutter was cruelly nicknamed “Moonface” as a child for his unusual appearance. His parents rejected him; his schoolmates rejected him. People he thought of as friends used him to further their own sadistic fun by playing tricks and mentally torturing him. When young Elizabeth, delivers an insult in a bar by cruelly introducing Chalk to her friend as her boyfriend, “Gavin” and then laughs in front of him at her friend’s expression, Chalk has had enough. He enacts and elaborate plot to kidnap Elizabeth and show her the folly of judging people based on appearance by shining a light on the imperfections of society and their backward way of thinking. When his plan starts to work, Chalk makes contact with a former schoolyard bully whose life Chalk has ruined and boasts to him about his actions thinking the man has already fallen too far. Has he or will pride be Chalk’s ultimate mistake?

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