I’m writing a followup to my 2012 novel Payne County Weekly which will be released later this year with the title, The Mile of Cars Murders. The story begins on the day of the Murrah Building bombing in 1995 and concludes on May 3, 1999 as the devastating tornado rips through Moore, OK. The premise is, not everyone who doesn’t make it home on the day of the OKC bombing didn’t die at the Murrah Building. Two sadistic killers with ties to the automotive business take advantage of the chaos created by the bombing to kidnap four people, including two of the characters from Payne County Weekly. Investigative journalism, a family torn apart, storm chasing, love tested to the limit and lots of twists and turns created this story with an ending you won’t expect. As in Payne County Weekly, you’ll recognize familiar settings throughout central Oklahoma in the story.
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