In a small rural school district, the school board hires "Hatchet" men to get rid of experienced, well educated teachers by loading them down with make work, useless forms, and intolerable duties.Something has to give. One individual feels getting rid of the source of the problem seems to be the best solution. Whether the deaths of the board members are accidential or murder is the problem Police Chief Lexon must figure out.
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About the Author
Writing has always been my passion. Although life has complicated things, I have always written short stories and novels. I taught creative writing and literature for twenty-five years in secondary schools, community college, and adult education. I have attended several writers’ conferences, and each time I won an award for fiction. The contest judges included Guy Owen, William Evans, Becky Weyrich, and Nelle McFather. I have written two other novels besides Nailing the Board. T'Whom it May Concern, and Laughed to Death are also on Smashwords. At present I am working on a fourth novel and gathering research for a fifth one.
Writing instructor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division, Marshall J. Cook, Murder at Midnight, Twin Killing, The Great Wisconsin Man Manhunt of 1961, said, “Gary, you’re quite the story teller.”
I am a former 82 Airborne paratrooper. I live in Sioux City,IA, my home town, with my wife and two cocker spaniels. I am extremely proud of my nephew Jon Beauchaine who has done such a marvelous job on my book covers.