Leaving Bones Behind is the fictional story of Sam Kelly, a young single mom and police detective, who wants to escape the never-ending macabre that shadows her as she works the dangerous streets of Chicago. Join her on her last day as a Chicago Police Detective, as she shares some of the dark experiences that continue to haunt her memories.
Journey with Sam as she seeks out a new life as a detective in the small town of Cherokee Falls. Within minutes of being sworn in, Sam is involved in a tragic shoot-out, which results in her surprising default appointment as Police Chief. She soon falls in love with the charming town but also discovers that the townsfolk have forgotten their own amazing history. Sam discovers one of the town's young residents has mysteriously disappeared . . . and is determined to find her, dead or alive.
Support Sam as she soon learns that the dark side of humanity can find her anywhere. Embrace her as she struggles to overcome tragedy, to bring hope to others, and yearns for a little personal happiness . . . or at least some peace of mind.
Kelly J. McMullin is a former Detective and Explosive Technician for the Chicago Police Department. His own true experiences lend credibility, authenticity, and excitement to his writing. He currently lives in a small town in Central Illinois along with his wife and three teenage children.
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|Size: ||3.7 MB|
|Publisher: ||Joshua Tree Publishing|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781941049631 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|