After Theo and Liddy retired to the small Georgia town of Shiloh, they expected a quieter life, but when Theo becomes the investigative reporter for the local Sentinel, he discovers that small towns
can be just as dangerous as big cities for people devoted to seeking the truth. Having narrowly escaped a brush with death, in Purgatory, Theo tackles what he hopes will be an easier
investigation: helping the orphaned Pepper come to grips with her scandalous mother’s past. But when an armored limousine purchased by Theo’s friend and neighbor Zeb brings another spate of
shady characters to Shiloh, Theo finds himself in the middle of unexpected danger, building to an
explosive conclusion days before the town’s Independence Day celebrations.
Author T.M. Brown, Mike to family and friends, and his wife of over forty-five years, Connie, live near Newnan, GA. In 2014, Connie encouraged him to retire and write memorable stories as a
legacy for their five grandchildren. Hence the quaint South Georgia town of Shiloh came into being with colorful and often quirky characters populating the idyllic, rural community. As he
learned during his decades of travel throughout the South, even wholesome small towns are not
free of conflict and scandal.