Threads, the second book in the Small Things trilogy, has officially been released! I worked very hard to make sure that Threads was a stand-alone novel insomuch as I could, so having read Small Things, while helpful, is not necessary in order to read Threads. So go buy your copy today!

And if you haven’t yet read Small Things and want to, just send me proof of purchase of Threads (your Amazon order #, for example) and I’ll send you the eBook version of Small Things for free!

Also, you may have noticed an Amazon search box on the top right side of the page. If you make your Amazon purchases through that link, I’ll get 5% of whatever you spend. And that money will go towards helping to promote my novels. So go shop!!

Thank you so much for your support!

 

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His head spinning with theories – God, how he enjoyed working on something challenging for a change, like his old days in Chicago – the Sheriff decided to pay a visit to the hospital and hopefully talk to whoever had been Spencer’s nurse on the night in question. If the boy had left the hospital, the nurse would know; and if Jenny McGee had been lying about going to see her sick friend, maybe someone would have picked up on that as well. Relishing the challenge of once again breaking a case, Ruskin crammed himself into his cruiser and headed for the hospital.

— Small Things, Chapter 17