About the Book:
Jesse Hart used to be somebody: a doctor and a daddy and a man rolled up in one. But that was before his daughter died, before his wife left, before his lone companion became a bottle of single-malt scotch. Hell, if Jesse is being honest with himself, he hasn’t been somebody for twenty-five years, since the day his cousin, Mary, mysteriously vanished.
Now, he answers the phone to hear the one person he never expected—"Mary?"—and he races back to his hometown, vowing to put his cousin’s memory to rest, once and for all. The trouble is Twin Oaks isn't the same Andy Griffith Show small town that he remembers. There's a handful of locals with strange silver eyes, a pack of endangered red wolves that have taken refuge in the pine trees south of town...and a new string of disappearances—little girls who look like Mary—making Jesse the last somebody he ever wanted to be. The prime suspect.
About the Author:
Shannon lives in Ashland, Oregon with her husband of 16 years, their handsome 15 year old son, two neurotic cats, and a dilapidated laptop named Persephone.
Thanks for your interest! I've been toying with the idea of starting the novel at Chapter 2 and would love your suggestions. Of course, any other feedback you're willing to offer is absolutely invaluable to me as well.
Happy reading...and writing! --Shannon
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