A Sin and a Shame: A Mercy Watts Short
A.W. Hartoin, Mar 8, 2016 - Fiction - 54 pages
Sin never dies.
Mercy Watts is trying to recover from a tumble through a rocky river, but crime just won’t let her be. A retired librarian takes a life and Mercy takes her case under duress, of course. Soon she’ll be drawn in by this unusual criminal and she’ll have a choice to make with painful consequences.
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