It’s 1967. Elisant recieves a gift from her Mom and soon after finds her dead. Elisant’s time frame description doesn’t match with the physical evidence and she is accused of murder.
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The Marines gave Jack structure and boundaries that he had never known. He left his druggy lifestyle behind until badly injured in a war zone exposed him to opiates again. Addiction hits hard and then A Walk to Beautiful begins. A woman, two dogs, an eccentric street person and twelve steps try to help. Can he make it without relapsing?
Jack has it made. Kathy, a partner he can trust; a baby due any day and living under a roof for a change. Death and separation tears his life apart. Can his two street people friends and The Glass Door help put his life back together?
It’s 1967. Elisant recieves a gift from her Mom and soon after finds her dead. Elisant’s time frame description doesn’t match with the physical evidence and she is accused of murder. Mom’s death, Granny’s hostility and questions about the origin of her gift drive her to flee the UK for Nigeria. Can she avoid arrest for a crime she didn’t commit?
I’m a retired RN after forty-five years in hospitals in the UK, USA and Holland. I did stints in psychiatric, ICU / CCU / CVICU as well as oncology. I overlapped my retirement from nursing with running an organic farm selling vegetables, duck eggs and flowers. Now I write novels.
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