Hail Mary (Jim Knighthorse #3) by J.R. Rain

Previous Yesterday, in a small desert town called Apple Valley, ol’ Boonie was finally put to rest amid much fanfare. Jones T. Jones was there. He even shed a tear, which may or may not have been legit. Anyway, I thought he was going to miss his mummy. They had gotten along so well together. I was still drinking too much, but that was not insurmountable. That was fixable, and someday, when I had put my own mother’s murder to rest, I would put my drinking to rest, too. And then I would ask a certain someone to marry me. But first things first. A door to my right opened and a bespectacled young man with no chin poked his head out. He was dressed in a white lab coat. “It’s ready, Mr. Knighthorse.” “How did it turn out?” “Great, I think. You can thank the marvels of modern technology.” So, I followed him in. Took a seat next to a flat-screen computer monitor that was turned away from me. “Here you go,” he said. And turned the monitor toward me. “Twenty years, just like you asked.” On the screen before me was the headshot of a white Caucasian male of about forty. I leaned
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