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"Retired Army Master Seargent, Samuel Redding is working as a freelance photographer. While taking pre-hurricane photos on the beach, Samuel Redding trips over of a teenaged girl, her body hidden under a cluster of Sea Oats. While on all fours over the bod Sam is hit on the head. Sam sees stars and then blacks out. On recovering he is immediately arrested and taken to the hospital. In the hospital, when Sam is conscious he is charged with murder. The Sherrif's Department cannot hold him for lack of evidence.
Allison Garthwaite comes down to Florida from Georgia to retrieve her daughter Katelynn's body. She is told by a sheriff's deputy that a man by the name of Samuel Redding killed her daughter but they don't have enough hold of him. Allison goes to Sam's house and places an automatic pistol against his forehead. Sam convinces Allison that he did not harm her daughter. The two form an alliance to find out what happened to her daughter.
Meanwhile, Sam's best friend and Army buddy died while in an assisted living facility. His friend Dale's wife Barbara is suspicious and hires a private pathologist, who finds substances in Dale's body that makes the pathologist think that Dale's death was not of natural causes of accident. On investigating the deaths of Sam's friend and Allison's daughter they find a connection."
Katelynn Is No Longer Missing – PAPERBACK
Published Date: December 10, 2020
Army Brat, after spending time in many different places I managed to spend my High School years in high school years in St. Petersburg Florida. I was 18-years-old when I joined the Navy. I spent six years in the Navy, as a cook, I wanted to change my job, so I enlisted in the Air Force where I was an Air Traffic Controller. I retired from the military after serving almost thirty. In the civilian community, I worked as a chef and a restaurant manager. I am currently widowed, but somehow with the help of my wife, I managed to raise two boys and two girls. I am currently a grandfather to nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.