Holly Grove

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

ISBN-13 : 1479745049

Page : 90 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 049 voters

Officer Joe Duncan was fulfi lling a lifelong dream of being a big-city police offi cer. Offi cer Duncan had graduated from the academy at the top of his class and was immediately off ered a position in the Chicago Police Department. As with everything, nothing lasts forever. After a few years, the luster of the big city was gone, and Joe was now ready to move on. He talked a lot about leaving Chicago and going home, but no one could have prepared him for the way he would leave or at least why he would leave. On a cold Chicago night, the lives of Joe Duncan and Bill Wood would be changed forever. Both men were injured in a shootout at Big Sal's Bar. Bill Wood died from his injuries a few months later, but both would witness something that neither would ever forget. Th e ghost of a small blond-haired, blue-eyed little girl named Jenny Bell would appear during the shootout and eventually enter Joe Duncan's life on a daily basis, appearing in his patrol car on any given day. Th is little girl would eventually convince Offi cer Duncan to return to her small town and solve her murder mystery. At the time, the people in Holly Grove only considered her death an accident until Joe Duncan came snooping around and asking questions. What he found was astounding to himself and to the people of Holly Grove. After Joe Duncan had fulfi lled his promise to Jenny, she left and never appeared to him again. Or maybe she did?

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