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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Crime
  • Language:English
  • Pages:150
  • eBook ISBN:9780984519927

Trucker's Nightmare

by DeVine

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Eva, a beautiful ,young trucker leaves home on a short day trip one morning, but ends up in jail for twenty counts of murder she did not commit. At twenty-five, Eva has already had a difficult life, but it's about to get worse. What will save her from prison's living hell?
A beautiful trucker leaves her five children with her grandmother one morning to drive a delivery truck on a short trip across the Texas – Arkansas border and back. But, before the day is over she’s charged with twenty counts of murder. The story details the sorrow and hardship of her beauty and the problems that arises from her getting involved in unhealthy relationships at a very early age. And if that isn’t enough, she catches a case she has nothing to do with, due to a desperate FBI agent’s desire to make a name for himself . . . leaving luck to set her free. Prison is no place for the weak or the beautiful and things only get worst. But, God has a way of turning things around. . . . This book is not for the faint at heart. It is told in very graphic details and will have you sitting on the edge of your seat and not looking up until Eva is set free.
About the author
DeVine holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from EMU and has worked in the public sector for over fifteen years. She has also published two short stories, “The Check” and “Password” available on eBook and “Humor from Behind the Walls and Other Non-sense a humor paperback. She is a columnist for PrisonWorld Magazine, where she response to legal ads. She also is assistant Editor to the NoFillNews and host an online newsletter, 21st Century No Outlaws for prison inmates. DeVine spent two and half years working as a tutor and library clerk at a federal prison where she came up with the fictional stories of, highly educated and professional women doing time and how they and their families survived. Each story is about a professional woman and those whose lives touch hers. The all stories except one (Trucker's Nightmare) are related to professional women who have fallen short of grace and end up in prison. She explores the emotional and physical hardship prison life has on the woman, the public humiliation the family has to endure and the effects the legal action has on the community. The stories are very vivid with great details. If you are interested in learning more contact her at DeVineBooks@ymail.com