Jack Finnegan possesses a rare talent that makes him a unique asset to the police department: he can see the past with one touch. But when he and his partner are assigned to locate a missing teenager, Jack will have to stretch the limits of his abilities further than he has ever dared.
Three young men are convicted of mugging little children for their Halloween candy. Instead of sentencing them to jail as is expected the judge sentences them to 100 hours babysitting at the Women's Crisis center.
They were prepared for jail but they were not prepared for what lies in store for them as the children become part of their lives.
Seven stories by Anthony J Fuchs -- "Anywhen," "Dawn," "After/Thought," "Unstuck," "That Final Darkness," "Coming Home," and "Out of Joint" -- are included in this first collection, along with an Afterword by the author.
Alex Frost, sixteen years old, is a girl without a soul, who has no emotion, and can't feel pain. One day, when her parents are brutally murdered at the hands of a serial killer, she sets off to find out why, and learns that they might have more in common than she thinks.
Amanda has to deal with two traumatic life-changing incidents at once; redundancy and a daughter drawn into drug addiction. A hostile co-worker makes things even more difficult but there is no turning back for Amanda.
Three summers, two girls, one boy.
Three young people participate in a story of romance, character growth, and heartbreak. One girl is desirable, one is adorable, and a boy is trying to grasp the inevitable.
Hermosa Beach attorney Josie Bates is missing, and the cops say there's nothing they can do. They believe she can take care of herself, but the release of an old client and mysterious list found in her car say different. Racing against time, Josie's sixteen-year-old ward, Hannah Sheraton, and Josie's lover, Archer, must work together despite their differences to find her before it's too late.