Wayward Girl / The Widow

byOrrie HittIntroduction byBrian Greene

June 29, 2018|
Wayward Girl / The Widow by Orrie Hitt
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WAYWARD GIRL

Sandy Greening loses her virginity at fourteen to a drunken neighbor. Her mother doesn't care. She's drunk herself all the time on cheap wine. So Sandy starts running with a gang, The Blue Devils, and that's where she first turns on to marijuana, and not long after, heroin. That's when she starts to sell herself to anyone with the bucks to pay for her highs. But the night Tommy asks her to hold his knife before they rumble with The Black Cats is the night that changes Sandy's life forever. A kid gets killed, and the cops put the finger on Sandy for information. And when she won't give it up the easy way, they set her up and go after it the hard way, all the way to reform school. And that's where Sandy starts to learn the real lessons of life.

THE WIDOW

When Jerry Rebner starts working for Mrs. Sprague as her cook at the Dells, he figures he knows what he wants--Linda. Lush and ripe, Linda has everything Jerry likes in a woman, and more. Linda is married to Frank, Mrs. Sprague's shiftless hot rodding son, who widows her when he plows into a tree one drunken evening. Then Jerry meets Norma, sweet, virginal Norma, who used to pose as a nude model Torn between the two women, and by the memory of his first wife, Jerry begins to drink. Then Linda comes to him with a plan--Mrs. Sprague's property is worth $50,000 to a development company, but she won't sell. Linda is all she has left, her sole heir. And those steps leading down to the cellar are awfully steep......

Title:Wayward Girl / The Widow
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:244 pages, 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.51 in
Shipping dimensions:244 pages, 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.51 in
Published:June 29, 2018
Publisher:Stark House Press
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781944520625

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