Bad Rap

Bad Rap

by William Byron Hillman


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Bad Rap by William Byron Hillman

Rollie was ready to spend time with his new friend, Sheriff Deputy Joan Travis. His partner, Drake Fargo could handle things for a week or two. Drake was still recovering from a bullet wound to the foot but could sit at a desk as good as anyone. Rollie flew Joan Travis to California from her home in South Carolina and planned to spend two weeks romanticizing her. They had created a unique bond on his last case and he was looking forward to expanding on their romance. Before he could get out of town, 15-year old Rachel came to hire him. She had $73.44 and told him she was the sister of the crazy man Rollie had killed in South Carolina. Bobby G, as he was known, was indeed certifiable, but Rachel wasn't angry. Rachel said she had three brothers; one was dead, one on the run from the law, and the other in prison for a murder he didn't commit. Rachel said the courts found Buck guilty of killing a woman he loved, super star Megan Clare, a world-renown actress. Rachel told Rollie and Joan her beloved brother Buck was given a bad rap and sent away because he was framed. She was too young to visit or help. Rachel begged, Deputy Joan said it was okay and might be fun to watch Rollie in action, and so Rollie Kemp reluctantly accepted the case. On the surface, it was pretty straight forward, but the more he looked into the situation the more complicated it became. Intense was the only word you could use to describe what happened after Rollie and Joan met Rachel's brother Buck. The next two weeks were, well, explosive.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781490529950
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/24/2013
Pages: 292
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.61(d)

About the Author

William Byron Hillman is an actor, filmmaker, novelist and public speaker.

William Byron Hillman is the published author of eleven novels

Bill is also an actor with many films and television credits. He did a two-year stint on "Days of our Lives," appeared in films like Ice Station Zebra, has been a motivational speaker at college campuses nationwide, sold many screenplays and produced, directed and wrote numerous well known movies. As an actor/filmmaker/novelist, Bill has a global following and appreciates all of his readers, fans and friends.

Bill currently lives in South Carolina with his wife and 16 paws where he is putting the finishing touches on The Owl, Rollie Kemp's fifth thriller.

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