What happens when the person who vowed to protect a community is its biggest problem? A dirty cop and siblings with secrets too painful to reveal converge in SPLINTERS OF MY SOUL, a riveting tale of good and evil, wrought with themes of redemption and retribution.
Kimberly Morton Cuthrell has done an expert job weaving a tale that is both entertaining and emotional. She has taken the prototypical “bad cop” a step further and crafted a tale that shows the impact one evil man’s deeds can have on an entire community. She adds a touch of intrigue that is sure to have readers anxiously flipping pages in hopes of discovering how the various events will pan out.
How deep is the bond of siblings when one’s career, marriage, life and darkest secret are on the line . . .
The heart-wrenching appearance of six little girls with horrifying injuries leads to a gruesome murder in Cloverdale. With such a turn of related events hitting close to home, Tiffany Brown-Carson’s world comes crashing down jeopardizing her medical career and revealing things better left unsaid.
Against the wishes of the local police, her brother, Tony Brown, begins a painstaking search for the truth. His relentless actions uncover a chilling secret forbidden by his sister and evidence of massive corruption stemming from low-ranking officers and as high up as the chief of police.
While Tony couldn’t protect Tiffany that one fateful summer which splintered more souls than he cared to count, he surely wants to make amends—even if that means trading his life for hers. Unfortunately, fate is not on his side resulting in a ripple of terrifying memories unfolding a tailspin of unimaginable situations which unearth Tiffany’s shocking past igniting a web of broken silence.