Clay Burning by Oliver Jackson
Approx. 96,940 words.
Published on March 2, 2013.
“Flashes of horror erupted in his mind like a strobe light; a pregnant corpse engulfed in flames; rotting bodies in deep black water. . .”
After a fifteen year absence John Gainer returns to his home town of Clay, Texas to organize his father’s funeral. He has bitter memories of a childhood tragedy which still haunts his dreams occasionally, but which he thought was firmly buried. The chance...