Valley, AL (PRWEB) February 13, 2012
An excerpt from the book:
"Don McCormick sauntered around Sub Heaven as he waved the shiny black pistol that he had bought just a week earlier at the pawn shop two blocks from where his house was located on Cherry drive. He had been out of jail just two months and couldn’t get a job anywhere. His probation officer, Tom Henning was adamant that Don get a job soon. The man was breathing down Don’s neck at every visit. What did Tom Henning know about life anyway?"
Morgan’s protagonist is Kathy Henderson, a woman who brings an air of normalcy to an otherwise-crazy world. She is present in Sub Heaven when Don McCormick arrives with his pistol, and it is her actions that send him to jail.
But Don McCormick will not be in jail forever, and he remembers Kathy. When he gets out of jail, he returns for his revenge. Can Kathy, her husband Gabe and her police detective friend Chad Michaels deal with McCormick’s revenge? Read “The Legend of Garrison Falls” and find out!
About the Author
Kristy Morgan was born 1974 in Columbus, Georgia. She later moved to Valley, Alabama with her family, where she now resides with her husband and children. She gave her life to Christ at 12, but made many mistakes and in 2006 rededicated her life to the Lord. Morgan became a volunteer firefighter for Lanett Fire and EMS in 1999, and in 2005 graduated from Lagrange Fire College as a paramedic. In 2006 she received a Phoenix Award, for saving the life of an elderly woman while on duty at American Medical Response. She also attended Southern Union State Community College for a nursing degree. Morgan attends church, writes in her spare time and spends time with her family.
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