It has been two years since the death of his wife, and Frank Watson still struggles with the loss.Every morning, he meets with his friends at the local diner to talk and to exchange gossip, but inevitably must return to his farm that remains undisturbed since his wife’s death.
Then, Pepper Ledley breezed into his life. She was the new waitress in town nearly half his age and offered Frank something he had never before considered, a new beginning. However, it somehow didn’t seem right to Frank.
As he struggles with his new feelings and the memory of his beloved wife, Frank faces the biggest crisis of his life. A large foreign corporation needs five hundred acres of land to build an egg factory and Frank alienates himself from the rest of the town when he, steadfastly, refuses to sell.
What transpires is a web of deceit, manipulation and murder.
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5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Outer Banks Publishing Group
In 1966, Scott turned down a contract with the Detroit Tigers to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a published author by earning a degree at Ohio University. In 1996 with a lifelong dream of being a writer, Scott started writing short stories.
Within two years, he had four stories published. Since then, his first novel, All Those Years Ago, was published, Summer Heat, his fifth novel, was published in May 2012 and his most recent, The Mansfield Killings, based on a true story, was published in October 2012. To date, Scott has published 11 novels.
Now, Scott spends nearly all his time writing his next novel.
Scott lives in Mansfield, Ohio, where most of his novels take place, with his wife, Deb.
Visit his web site, www.scottcfields.com to learn more.