Received too late to publish on time.

His life was perfect.

Too bad it’s all based on a lie

Human trafficking is a tragic epidemic that impacts each and every one of us. Most often, when someone thinks of human trafficking, they imagine a child being snagged off the streets. Broken Toys, a novel, addresses a different kind of human trafficking—the Romeo Syndrome.

 

Texas Ranger Noah Morgan has his life together—with a great job and the girl of his dreams. Too bad it’s all based on a lie. A single phone call threatens to bring it all crashing down. After an irate citizen complains shoddy workmanship has left him with a booby-trapped driveway, and the local sheriff’s office is too busy to respond, Noah takes the call. The investigation of local scam artists uncovers a human trafficking ring. Noah fights to avoid being swept back into the sights of his murderous family—people he escaped at the age of seventeen.

Can he keep his past a secret or will his carefully crafted life come to a violent end?

 

Local author, Glenda Thompson, will be at River Trails Book Store in the River Hills Mall, 200 Sidney Baker, Kerrville, Texas on May 14, 2022, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. to answer questions and sign her books.

 

Author Bio: A sixth-generation Texas with Scottish roots, Glenda Thompson can ‘bless your heart’ with the best of them.  As a former emergency medical technician married to a south Texas Lawman, she’s used insider information from both their careers as inspiration to build her Broken world of Texas Rangers with hidden pasts and dark secrets.

When she’s not busy embarrassing her children or grandchildren by dancing in the middle of a country road during a rainstorm, she can be found huddled in her writing cave with her law enforcement technical adviser/husband working on another story in her Broken universe.

Glenda Thompson and her husband, Cregg, graduated four children from Harper high school and currently have two of their eight grandchildren, Adelyn and Miles Miller, attending Harper ISD.

 

For more information, call 830-480-6813 or email Glenda at rattlerpress@gmail.com.

 

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