The Barn: A Novella Mystery

· PhiR Publishing

About this ebook

At the behest of his brother John, Keith Conway returns home to New England after a long absence. Their mother's health is in decline, and she may not have much time left. A cryptic message from her leaves them wondering if their grandfather's death decades ago was in fact a freak accident, or if there may have been foul play. John puts up with Keith's attempt to discover the truth, he ultimately sours on it. Keith presses on, all the time unsure if he's helping or hurting his family. He wonders as well if the truth is as sinister as it seems, and whether it might be best for all involved to leave it buried...

About the author

JOHN CASEY is a Pushcart Prize-nominated poet and novelist from New Hampshire. He is the author of Raw Thoughts: A Mindful Fusion of Poetic and Photographic Art and Meridian: A Raw Thoughts Book, and his poetry has been featured internationally in numerous literary journals and magazines. Casey authored Devolution and Evolution as well, books one and two of The Devolution Trilogy, a psychological spy thriller series. He is currently writing Revelation, book three. His latest release is The Barn: A Novella Mystery. A Veteran combat and test pilot with a Master of Arts from Florida State University, Casey also served in the Defense Intelligence Agency as a Diplomat and International Affairs Strategist at U.S. embassies in Germany and Ethiopia, the Pentagon, and elsewhere. He is passionate about fitness, nature, and the human spirit and inspired by the incredible spectrum of people, places and cultures he has experienced in life.

Doug Campbell is an entrepreneur, an executive financial consultant to the life sciences industry, and owns and operates real estate properties. He is a former naval officer and enjoys playing the guitar and a good murder mystery.

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