TWILIGHT AND DARKNESS
Shadow Line Press
149 Magnolia Drive
Winterville, NC 28590
www.shadowlinepress.com and bookstores everywhere.
His new book, Twilight and Darkness,
is a little bit wayward,
a little bit eerie,
and a little bit dark-side
collection of short fiction.
The stories may make you smile ...
or they may cause you to shudder.
One reviewer said, 'oooooh,
some of these are scary.'
But, see for yourself.
Gunshot Echoes is an excellent read and will definitely appeal to the fans of this genre.
?The Outlander.? This is a thrilling tale full of mystery and murder. Excellent read.
?Mexican Holiday.? This story is one of those that has you punching the air saying, ?That's right!
?Hambone Calls The Tune.? I enjoyed this read taking a special liking to Detective Hammond.
?The Clay Pigeon.? All the guns made this story a thriller. Keeps you guessing as to what will
?Hobby House.? I enjoyed this story as Woods added humor to a good plot of murder.
?A Murder For The Book.? This one had a great ending, with great clues. Fantastic!
What follows a gunshot after the noise dies away? The echoes are not all audible. The bullet cannot be recalled. Someone's life is changed, seldom, but sometimes, for the better. GUNSHOT ECHOES is a collection of fictional accounts dealing with guns and the aftermath of shootings. It is not a social commentary on the right, or not, to bear arms.
Jim Woods web page for Gunshot Echoes
Tangled Web begins in 1933 when an underground coal mine explosion puts Catherine Jones father, Max, out of work. The family must earn a living in those depression days. Catherine thinks her love for her employer might get her out of the financial and romantic doldrums.
Wilkes-Barre?s cohesive Welsh community is a haven of Protestant values and mutual support. It is also a hornet?s nest of gossip. Neither a canary? s death nor a girl?s fall from grace escapes the locals chatter. Good girls avoid the attention of the grandmothers? grapevine by behaving? in public ?as ladies are expected to behave with good manners and self-control. In private, emotions roil, passions are explored, appetites are satiated, and the end results ?talked about.?Author's Website
Someone is killing little old ladies in Ellen Lange?s nursing home.
When two residents are murdered, Special Investigator Bill Watts is called
to the scene. The murders appear to be linked to others, known as the
Ponytail crimes. The perp cuts off the victims? braided ponytails.
While working together during the investigation, police investigator, Bill Watts, falls in love with Ellen. She resists, claiming that she and her daughter are a team with no room for the once divorced Bill. One wonders what she's not telling him. They both have private pasts not easily shared.