Defending Wellton by Kelli Kretzschmar

DefendingWellton5“Yesterday morning we had two more patients come in showing the same symptoms – stomach pains, high fever – both were kids. And within six hours, they were dead too.”

Something – or someone – is killing the kids in Wellton, Arizona. And although Officer Trent Buckley can’t wait to be transferred out of the forgotten desert town, suddenly he finds himself working the biggest case of his career, one that brings him back in touch with reporter and ex-lover, Sarah Goodwin.

Trent and his mentor Chief Walker race the clock to prevent more deaths and to keep the media from causing a panic, all while battling personal demons they both thought were in the past.

When they finally discover what’s happening in Wellton, will two small-town cops be enough to put an end to it?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Kelli Kretzschmar graduated with a BA in Psychology from California State University of Long Beach. She works full time as a marketing manager and writes for enjoyment.

She currently lives in Southern California with her husband, three children, a wild Labrador named Tyson, and a corn snake named Abigail. When she’s not at the office or spending time with her family, she enjoys writing, reading contemporary fiction, learning new things, running, and her most recent passion, practicing Krav Maga.

She has always been fascinated with social deviance and the criminal justice system. She holds a deep respect for all men and women serving in uniform, including a cousin who is an active police officer in Orange County, CA, and a cousin who served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

Contact Kelli at KelliKretzschmar@gmail.com

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