Victor Frank is no ordinary killer. For one, he kills women with his bare hands. When he kills John T.'s mother and tells him he's "better off without her," John T. swears he'll track him down someday and kill him. Wesley Collins is a Texas Ranger, who's already had a run-in with Victor in his earlier days. He's bound to find him once the Rangers retire him before he does any more damage. Rascal Mills' wife was killed by Victor. He's got three kids left without a mother.
When the local town drunk sees a murder committed on Boot Hill on Halloween night, will anyone pay any attention to his story? Sheriff Joe Grubbs, though skeptical, investigates and finds the new grave. Now, he has a job to do and risks losing the love of his life doing it. It's a harrowing Halloween night in Haleyville, Texas.
"A Neat Thriller Western With a Twist"
Sam Tanner buried a man hanging from a tree the day he met Riley Morgan. He could tell from the moment he met her that she was trouble. After all, she was white and he was black, and he wanted to avoid her at all costs, but Riley managed to get under his skin, in more ways than one.
There'd been several killings in Melville. Unusual killings, no witnesses, no clues, and no suspects. Sheriff Jim Bonner was having a time trying to narrow his search down. He had no idea where to look, or what he might be looking for. The murder was so gruesome, so unexpected, neither him nor his deputy, Smitty Younger, knew where to start looking. Whoever was doing this to his peaceful town was clever and covered his tracks. So Jim set about setting a trap for the villain.
When Kendall quits stopping by after school to see Grandma Tyler, Grandma knows she has to find out why. When she finally talks to Kendall she knows it's time to tell her about Mrs. Peavy.
Book six of the Willy Series. Mother Hen's eggs were missing. She was so upset. Willy was upset too. Who could have taken her eggs? But then Socks, the cat, came into the barn with wet paint on her back. But Willy didn't think Socks was stealing the eggs. How could he prove it?
This is a short story, the third in the Tina Stories series. When Tina finds her friend, Jennifer, on the bathroom floor at school, sick and crying, she wants to help her. Jennifer tells her she's pregnant with Zach's baby. Zach, however, wants nothing to do with the responsibility of a baby and feels trapped. How can Tina help her friend?
Jeb and Hoot get more than they bargained for when they trade horses with an Indian village. Now what are they supposed to do with a white woman captive and her Indian baby?
Little Willy, the hard-of-hearing duck, thought he heard Farmer Jack and Otis say that Mo was leaving the farm. He was so upset he told Maybelle the cow, and Maebelle told Curly the pig, and Curly told Sock the cat. Before long, the entire farm knew Mo was leaving, including Mo. What could they do?
Jeremy Michael Myers was my friend. We walked home from school together. Then one day, everything changed, and I had to decide if Jeremy was still my friend.
Everyone is staying out of the pond by the barnyard - everyone but Willy, the hard of hearing little duck. He doesn't hear their warnings and goes swimming. Boy is he in for a surprise.
Mother Hen wants all the farm animals in the barn because Nado is coming. But little Willy, the hard-of-hearing duck, doesn't know what a Nado is. Everyone is finally in the barn except for Maebelle, so Willy set out to find her.
Julie was new in school...again! She was so tired of always being new and having to make new friends everywhere she went.
Bonnie McDaniel had spent the last four years raising her brothers and sister after a tragic accident killed her parents. But now, four years later, she was out of money, and short on ideas. She had to form a plan. The only thing she could come up with was to find a husband who would help her. She'd never done anything so bold in her life.
Willy, the hard-of-hearing little duck, had been waiting for the other ducks to fly south to his pond. He couldn't wait to make new friends and he thought Waffles was a very cute girl duck. Problem was, she didn't seem to like him. Whatever could be wrong?
Michael has become the star of the basketball team, and Tina feels pushed to the side as everyone crowds around him. But Michael has an idea to bring her closer. He wants her to try out for the cheerleaders' team. Tina is interested but worries that her mother won't be able to participate.
Ben forgot his mother's birthday, but he was tired of giving her the same old home-made cards every year. He wanted to give his mother something nice like his brother and sister had.
In the fifth book of the Willy Series, Willy, the hard-of-hearing little duck, overhears Otis talking about Other's Day. Other's Day is a special day when you show others how much you care. So what could Willy do for all his friends?
Tina's brother is quitting basketball, but why, he loves the game? Tina suspects something is up, and she gets an earful one afternoon after school. Mario is being bullied. What can she do?
Willy discovers Halloween and meets a ghost.