Hank Arrowby, retired California firefighter and potter, receives word that he has inherited his deceased uncle’s property in Vermont. Arriving in Vermont with his loyal dog, Sammy, Hank discovers that the property on Lake Champlain includes the body of a murdered man.
Sandra Freelove Brackett wrote this book to inspire women who are going through what she endured—two marriages that ended with her first husband beating her almost to death and her second husband triggering a heart attack from which she almost died. In 2006 when she had her heart attack, she thought she was alone.
L-Town (Ah Lawless Town) is about a young man who moved from one urban neighborhood to another one, only to learn that no matter if it’s in high-rise, low-income housing developments or in what’s presumed to be middleclass neighborhoods, violence is everywhere. No doors will be spared a knock.
This book is for writers who don’t begin their craft until they’re middle aged. As you stand in front of the gateway of the writing business, as on my front cover, prepare yourself for what’s waiting on the other side. If you don’t, you could be ripped to shreds by unscrupulous people waiting to attack, and believe me, they will.