When Sheriff's Deputy Tom Zane is called to an accident regarding a pedestrian and a pickup, he right away sees the young man may have a case of lead poisoning. He calls Lt. Joe Novelli, who agrees, that the accident isn't as it appears. The problem is, the victim is a teenage Amish boy and Joe finds himself not only trying to figure out who had reason to kill the young man, but fighting the Amish bureaucracy which is use to taking care of it's own problems.
About the Author
The stories I've written have been told many times and here are fictionalized, with the result that the details are often murky and the procedure of the police investigations shortened, as to not bother a reader with a lot of boring detail. They are stories of victims that some of us, not by name or exact specifics, have known or known of. Murder, while read and watched on television for entertainment is not a subject to be made light of. It must be remembered that while these men and women are officer's of the law, they too have real lives, which I try to incorporate at a minimum.