A scream rips through the night, startling Wendy Malcolm awake. Was the scream real or part of the nightmares that have plagued her since she was widowed? The angry voice and howls of an injured dog are definitely real. In daylight, she finds the dog in her yard with multiple stab wounds.On advice from her vet, she calls the State Police to report the incident. Senior Investigator Hank Durand responds, to the call and to Wendy's charms. The investigation leads them to two missing coeds and a group of psychopathic killers, one of whom is bent on revenge.
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About the Author
Nancy Clark Townsend was born and raised in the Inwood section of northern Manhattan, New York City, but lived most of her life in the Lower Hudson Valley of New York State. Today she makes her home in a small rural village in northwest Louisiana. She has always shared her home with an assortment of dogs and cats, and owned and raced several harness horses. She studied Creative Writing at Empire State College, and took courses offered by “Writer’s Digest”. She has written several romance and suspense novels and is currently working on sequels to her first book, Furred & Feathered Friends: Katrina Castaways, which was published in February 2012. Nancy's short story, "The Dog and the Nike", will appear in the anthology That One Left Shoe to be published in 2012. She is the editor and writer for “Church Chatter” a newsletter for her church, for which she creates a Bible Word Search and Bible Acrostic. She is now retired from her work as a legal and education secretary. Nancy worked with teachers to write and produce curriculum guides for elementary and high school students. In one, she re-wrote and modernized several of Aesop's Fables. Nancy belongs to two on-line writing groups – Advanced Writing Workshop and AARP’s Writing Memoir.
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