Dreams die hard. One of those dreams becomes a nightmare for the small town of Los Robles. A brilliant young man turns to murder to seek revenge against those he holds responsible for ending his dream. The wife of once-promising reporter Tommy Upton becomes the first victim in the series of brutal attacks. Seeking redemption and justice, Upton assists the town Sheriff to catch his wife's killer and end the community's worst nightmare.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Bill Nash is a veteran newspaper columnist, photographer and award-winning writer based in Southern California. He also writes occasional feature stories and has published nearly 50 travel destination pieces on locations around the world. His first novel, "Fog Delay," was a thriller set at the San Francisco International Airport. As a non-fiction author, his is also known for writing "Oil, Orchards and Flames," a history of the fire department in Santa Paula, California. He has a background in journalism, public relations and advertising; and has won numerous local, state and national awards for his work.