An extended vacation in France is cut short by finding a dead body on the beach. Only the man isn’t really dead and Myles wasn’t supposed to find him. After calling the police, Myles goes back home to Ohio to his unfurnished house to resume his lonely unassuming life. He isn’t sure what he wants to do with his life, but Phil showing up on his doorstep with a job isn’t on his agenda.
“You remember before you left that woman who came up missing? We all thought she was dead and her husband finally confessed?” Myles nodded knowing there was no hope for it. “Her sister has come up with something strange. She said she got a letter from her last week.”
Meet Kathi Barton
I woke up one morning and decided to give play time to the people in my head who were keeping me awake. Little did I know that they would be so relentless and want their time right now! I wrote for the pure joy of it and to entertain my family and friends. But mostly it was to get more than an hour of sleep without a story playing out. Of course, the more I write, the more they want. So…well, as a result of sleepless days (I work through the night as a gun toting grandma – nope not a vigilantly but an armed security guard) I have lots of stories written.
Hello! My name is Kathi Barton and I’m an author. I have been married to my very best friend Sonny for at times seems several lifetimes – in a good way, honey. And together we have three wonderful children and then the ones we brought into the world – Paul and Dale Barton, Jason and Wendy Barton and Danielle and Ben Conklin. They have given us seven of the greatest treasures on Earth. They don’t live at home seven days a week! No, seriously, seven grandchildren – Gavin, Spring, Ben, Trinity, Sarah, Kelly and Kian.
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