My Sister's Keeper

My Sister's Keeper

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by Bill Benners
     
 

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A riveting suspense thriller that explores the special bond between a brother and sister. After his reporter-sister is brutally attacked investigating the rape of a 13-year old, Richard Baimbridge moves back to his hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina, to assist his family with her recovery and comes face to face with his tormented past and a dark family secret.

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A riveting suspense thriller that explores the special bond between a brother and sister. After his reporter-sister is brutally attacked investigating the rape of a 13-year old, Richard Baimbridge moves back to his hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina, to assist his family with her recovery and comes face to face with his tormented past and a dark family secret.

Despised by his father, haunted by his past, and fighting to stay above the flood of childhood trauma, he longs to return to the life he'd built. But when the police exhaust all leads, his wheelchair-bound sister refuses to let her case die. With Richard as her legs, she draws him into the dark underside of Wilmington, a world of sex, violence, and murder where Richard, himself, becomes the primary suspect in the murders of Wilmington’s young girls. Desperate to learn the truth about his family and drowning in a sea of damning evidence and rumor, Richard battles to prove his innocence and discovers the man he was intended to be.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982994627
Publisher:
McBryde Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
09/07/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
29,529
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Bill Benners spent twenty years writing and producing programs, editorials, and commercials for radio while acting and directing in community theater. He wrote the outdoor drama Blackbeard's Final Conquest in the 1980s followed by two plays produced on the indoor stage in the early 1990s. My Sister's Keeper is Benners' first novel. He and his wife Dorrie reside in coastal North Carolina with their cat named "Oliver" and two Morkies named "Watson" and "Wilson."

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