Shortly after 9/11, two nervous and lonely people meet on an airliner flying from Miami to Chicago. He is a security consultant. She is a desperate housewife. They arrive in Chicago in the middle of a howling thunderstorm to find all flights cancelled. He has a hotel to go to. She does not. The rest is for adults only.
He came out of nowhere and murdered Sully's wife, Frannie. Due to police negligence, the case was thrown out of court, and the killer never prosecuted. Sully wants revenge. Yet it's Carla, Frannie's sister, who means to right the wrong and make sure this killer doesn't get away with it. Now Carla is in the killer's spotlight and he's watching her, he's studying her, he's thinking about Killing Carla....
"What a Ride!"
This novella takes place on the tragic voyage of the SS St. Louis, a ship the Nazis allowed to sail out of Germany carrying the souls of 926 Jewish passengers hoping to be allowed to live. The vessel sailed out of the port of Hamburg Germany in 1939, with a very high price demanded for passage. However, when the ship set sail on it's way to Havana Cuba, the travelers had no idea what was in store. A story of love, of betrayal, and jealousy - of the will to live and the sadistic hatred of a madman and those who followed him.