“That was the thing about second changes—it was impossible to know what was real or what wasn’t; every act of forgiveness was a leap of faith.”
Texas Ranger Darren Matthews is finally starting to get his life together after the events of Bluebird, Bluebird. He is back on the job. If it at a desk, the time home is allowing him to repair his relationship with his wife, and he is doing important work on a federal-state task force building a case against the Aryan Brotherhood. His drinking is under control. The only hitch is his no-account mother blackmailing him, but everything really goes to shit when a boy goes missing on the Texas-Louisiana border.
Heaven, My Home is the second book in Locke’s Highway 59 Mystery series.
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