A former hit man dying of cancer reflects back on his involvement in the JFK assassination with one burning question: Did his bullet kill JFK, or was it Lee Harvey Oswald?
A war veteran turned street vigilante deals out his own brand of justice after his fiancée is murdered; two damaged people looking for love in all the wrong places find each other in the most unlikely place; a street hustler turned fledgling serial killer, deformed at birth, dons the facial skin of her victims in order to be beautiful; the ghost of a murder victim seeks the help of a high school crush to bring her killer to justice.
Jack and Norma Jean, and Other Stories is a collection of short fiction and two novelettes culled from nearly 12 years of work from Indiana-based author D. Daniel Brian. He bases some of his fiction on true-life events and people he knew growing up on the streets and back roads of Southern Indiana.
These stories skirt the edges of noir, horror, the paranormal, and historical fiction, at times bringing the dark, hazy boundaries of two or more of the genres within a single story. He takes the listener on journeys of heartbreak and teenage angst and rebellion and into the dark abyss of the human mind - a world where at times nothing is what it seems.