Author: Thomas Orr
ISBN 1-58939-054-7 (softcover)
ISBN 1-58939-055-5 (eBook)
Briscoe County Sheriff Rush Scanlon has kept peace in his community for 12 years. In fact, the most serious crimes in the county of 28,000 residents are barroom brawls, an occasional burglary or domestic violence.
But Scanlon faces the challenge of his career when the quiet area is disrupted by the brutal murder of his foster parents. He swears to find the killers ... but soon finds his emotions guiding his investigation. But that doesn't stop him from following the blood tracks.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tom Orr was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He entered the broadcast industry in 1963 as an announcer and news director. Positions in radio journalism relocated Tom to Pennsylvania, St. Louis, Florida, Alabama and Mississippi. He also served as a columnist and human interest writer for an Alabama Newspaper and a booth announcer and promotions assistant for a Florida TV Station. In 1992, Tom was named, "Journalist of the Year," by Troy State University School of Journalism. The same year, he won a statewide award from the Alabama Association of School Boards, for an interview on"The Crisis in Education Funding," and First Place for Small Market News Broadcasts, from the Alabama Media Professionals. Currently, he is an Account Executive for MCM Communications, in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Creative writing has always been a hobby with Tom. He wrote and published two songs with a family member. This is Tom's first novel, although he is currently working on a sequel to Blood Tracks.
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