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The tragedy still haunts him years later. Rick Goodwin’s two brothers—killed in a car accident. A close family became even closer. And Rick and his sister grow very tight. So when she goes missing, Rick begins a frantic search. Soon, he meets a mysterious woman claiming to know sordid truths about his sister’s hidden life—truths that lead Rick into an underground world of sex, drugs, and violence that threatens to destroy both him and his already broken family.
Human beings—a mixture of good and bad, light and darkness. Most tend toward the light, but some live in the dark. In these ten stories of crime and mystery, Jeff Ambrose explores the dark side of human nature … the side most of us keep deep within. In this collection, you’ll find some of Ambrose’s bestselling stories: “A Bad Night for a Desperate Man,” “Revenge,” and “The Right-Hand Man.”
Liz Deaver: An atheist. But her parents force her to work the carnival at their church. She does her best to work in peace until Alex Morris, the preacher’s son, begins following her around. The smart and good-looking Alex distracts her. He causes her to talk about life. And God. And then he does something that completely takes her breath away . . .
The last time Bentley Smith dated, the phrase “freshman in college” described him. Twenty years later, he feels that no woman would find ever him interesting. Then he’s set up with a beautiful woman. Could it be a date too good to be true?