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It's Okay (A Scarcity Sanctuary Series)

by AKM Miles

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Gom finds that just because it's summer break doesn't mean that his services aren't needed in a very disturbing case involving a tortured young artist.

Gom Marsh is happy that it's summer break and he can spend some time with Casey. But no, along comes Laurie with one of the most disturbing cases so far. This time a young artist in a summer school program is producing some extremely tortured drawings. Gom has to get in there to find out what is going on with Kade Godwin. If that's not enough, there's a teacher who is being cyber-bullied and has no idea who is doing it, and it's got to be kept on the down-low to protect his reputation. But there' a really good ending. [MLR]
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