Wrong Place Wrong Time
In his most controversial book to date, Wes Kelley explores the dark subjects of rape, molestation and vigilante killing, interwoven with a story of lost souls and redemption. Lives tragically collide when Luke Garrett, a disillusioned, 22 year-old construction worker and Kara Sterling, a 17 year-old spoiled but unloved wild child meet at a rundown club in Santa Monica. Their chance encounter turns into a case of drunken, mistaken identity for Luke and a clumsy, drug-induced attempt at first-time sex for Kara. What happens between them in the club's parking lot sends Luke to prison for sexual assault. Five years later, he is paroled, only to discover that Kara's life has turned out no better than his. His only hope for personal salvation is to try and make amends with her. But any contact between them may send him back to prison. And, now, with the other parolees in the halfway house where he lives being ritualistically murdered, Luke finds that he is once again in the wrong place at the wrong time.
- Electronic book text
- 15 Sep 2011
- Morrisville, NC, United States