New home. New job. New responsibilities. All the newness threatens to overwhelm Pam Robinson. She manages to cope with her first few uneventful days in Dallas, but then a major disaster casts her into the spotlight. Her performance on CNN and her astute analysis of the incident garner professional kudos, but nagging self-doubt continues to haunt her. “What if?” is a recurring question that she can neither answer nor escape.
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About the Author
Native Texan Hal Williams was born while Franklin D. Roosevelt occupied the White House, and he has amassed a broad variety of experiences since. His writing style reflects each one in some large or small way. He has: —performed and recorded with a 1960s rock band —served aboard a U.S. Navy destroyer on combat deployment to Vietnam —worked as a diesel engine mechanic —earned a journalism degree —served as a Dallas Police Reserve officer —had articles published by newspapers, wire services, and magazines —done welding and machine work —edited both fiction and nonfiction book manuscripts for publication —driven in performance rallying and sports car racing competition In addition to writing and working around race cars, Hal enjoys playing bridge, target shooting, and collecting vintage revolvers. He lives in the Dallas area.