What would you do to protect your kids? That is the question asked in Spilled Milk, a dark thriller about Gerrold Smith, a widower and father who becomes a terrorist in order to protect his children from a corrupt social welfare agency.
Like many of my novels, Gerrold’s tale is a morality play about choices – particularly wrong choices that take us down the slippery slope. If there is a theme to Spilled Milk and its sequels, it is this: The difference between the man and the monster is a matter of degree, not kind.
TITLES IN THIS SERIES:
Spilled Milk – available in 2012
A Glass Half-Empty – available in 2013
A Glass Half-Full