Stephanie managed to get out of a speeding ticket by fellating the judge all afternoon under his courtroom desk, and now hungry for food and answers, she heads to the diner to confront the attorney, Preston Thorne, to find out why the man she thought she had killed, wasn't dead.
Helo Parish is just over the Louisiana line and Sheriff Bladdine is the law there among the cypress swamps and gator-infested backwaters. Any activity, legal or illegal, is OK there as long as it it doesn't cause problems for the sheriff or raise the suspicions of the "State Boys." The sheriff hasn't found anything yet he can't handle, but this fifolet may be just a bit out of his league.
Read the screenplay that Hollywood executives didn't dare to! An old cabinet, and a small town in Virginia with ties to the Civil War, both contain secrets that are best left alone. Of course, they never are.
This is the story of a boy whose parents wanted to teach him a lesson by giving him a rock rather than a bicycle for his birthday. Was the rock magic, or did Tommy work his magic on the rock? Read the book and decide.