Dysfunctional Kansas family battles it out in April Knight thriller “Nobody Dies in Kansas”

SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS

LAWRENCE, Kan. —  Sunbury Press has released April Knight’s psychological thriller  Nobody Dies in Kansas .

Excerpt:
“Mother,” Linda asked. “Is something bad going to happen?”

“Something bad always happens,” she answered without turning around. She wiped the kitchen counter with a dirty dishrag and hung it up to dry.

“I mean, is something bad going to happen to us?” Linda asked.

Mother turned around and looked at her daughter with annoyance.

“Have you done something that is going to embarrass and humiliate me? Like the time you picked flowers out of the churchyard?” Mother put her hands on her hips.

“No, I haven’t done anything and I didn’t know I couldn’t pick the flowers. I thought since they were growing in the churchyard they belonged to God and it was OK to pick them because God has lots of flowers,” Linda explained again. She’d been explaining ever since she’d…

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