In Book 10 of the Justin Graves Horror Short Story Series, bad cops use deadly force against a teenage boy who's arguing with his mother about joining the army. They know that firing a gun while on duty is a serious matter, but these cops have contingency plans in case they get brought up on charges. It's called a 'drop.' They may have fooled the internal affairs investigators, but they haven't fooled Justin Graves. In hell, guns are not allowed.
About the Author
There’s nothing mundane in the writing world of Terry Wright. Tension, conflict and suspense propel his readers through the pages as if they were on fire. Published in Science Fiction, Supernatural, and Horror, his mastery of the action thriller has won him International acclaim as an accomplished screenplay writer. A longtime member of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, (rmfw.org) he serves on the board as their annual Colorado Gold Writing Contest coordinator and their website liaison. He’s also the recipient of their coveted Jasmine Award for 2012. His day job is editor-in-chief of TWB Press. Terry lives west of Denver in Lakewood, Colorado, with his wife, Bobette, and their Yorkie, Taz Man.