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The short story "Run if You Can," by Loretta Jackson and Vickie Britton has the same gripping sense of place and suspense that the authors craft into their full length books. When Selene decides to divorce her husband, she realizes that she was a fool to have ever married him in the first place; she has always loved Charlie Spann. Selene orders her husband to leave the house after he parades his latest infidelity before her, making no effort to hide his relationship with Tammy. Wayne laughs at Selene and stays. Then he is shot dead. Charlie is arrested for his murder. Selene discovers the identity of the real murderer. She also discovers that Tammy’s life is now in danger. If Selene helps Tammy escape, the murderer will kill her. Then how can she prove Charlie’s innocence? Besides; why should she risk her life to save the object of her husband’s most recent affair?
I always know when I grab a book by Loretta Jackson and Vickie Britton I will be delighted. This story proves that. A psychological suspense that only has one drawback, too short. I could have kept reading this story about Selene Dorrie, a woman whose husband cheated on her and then ends up dead forever. Readers follow along as Selene not only tries to figure out who murdered her husband but knows she may be next. This is a short but suspense filled read that is a must have.