Elizabeth thought that after all they’d been through, the bad parts were over.
After saving herself and her little boy from abductors, Elizabeth yearns to put the terror behind them, to cocoon with her son, safe and secure at home.
Court hearings confirm that they suffered the worst betrayal possible. She never dreamed that she’d have to battle the law to protect her medically fragile little boy when his life and sanity are on the line.
When her son is targeted and taken, Elizabeth will do anything to save him.
Ordinary people, thrust into extraordinary circumstances.
Read TRUST, Book Two of the psychological thriller series When Bad Things Happen.
Targeted Age Group: Adults – parents and teachers
Written by: Sharon A. Mitchell
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Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell lives on a farm, with her nearest neighbor several miles away. Doesn’t that seem like the ideal setting to spark the imagination? She takes long walks with her hundred-pound German Shepherd dogs, Pickles and Dill. (She didn’t name them – don’t blame her).
She’s working on her fourth psychological thriller novel for the When Bad Things Happen series.
In addition to two, (almost three), short stories tied to that series, she’s written six novels, each featuring an autistic child or young adult. Two nonfiction books accompany that autism series.
Sharon’s been a teacher, counselor, psychologist and consultant for decades and continues to teach university classes to soon–to-be teachers and administrators.
Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell is author of the psychological thriller series When Bad Things Happen:
·YOUNG ANNA (a short story)
·Anything for Her Son (prequel short story)
She’s also written a series of six novels, each featuring a child or young adult on the autism spectrum:
·Autism Goes to School
·Autism Runs Away
·Autism Talks and Talks
·Autism Grows Up
·Autism Goes to College
·Autism Box Set (contains the first five stories in this series)
In addition, there are two nonfiction books:
·Autism Questions Parents Ask & the Answers They Seek
·Autism Questions Teachers Ask & the Answers They Seek
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