Bill Benners spent twenty years writing and producing programs, editorials, and commercials for radio while acting and directing in community theater. He wrote the outdoor drama Blackbeard's Final Conquest in the 1980s followed by two plays produced on the indoor stage in the early 1990s.
My Sister's Keeper is Benners' first novel. He and his wife Dorrie reside in coastal North Carolina with two Morkies named "Watson" and "Wilson."
After his sister is brutally attacked and crippled, Richard Baimbridge rushes back to his coastal hometown to help with her recovery. Facing his tormented past and a dark family secret, he fights to stay above the flood of childhood trauma and, serving as his sister's legs, is drawn into the underside of this quiet community where he becomes the primary suspect in the murders of the town’s girls.