Where Wicked Starts (Paperback)

By Elizabeth Stuckey-French, Patricia Henley

Lacewing Books, 9781938126260, 184pp.

Publication Date: October 14, 2014

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Description

"That's when I noticed the couple we later named Bony and Mr. Creep sitting two rows in front of us. He had his arm around her, not like a father would do, or like I imagined a father would do--slinging his arm over the back of her chair. No, his arm was around her shoulders like she was his date. Bony kept wriggling but he would just grip her harder. Finally she gave up and sat still."

"He leaned over and licked her cheek."

When stepsisters Nick and Luna suspect that a girl they meet at a Florida alligator farm is being held captive, they enlist an older boy with a set of wheels to help rescue her. Their parents are too busy renovating a bed and breakfast to realize the girls are in real danger.

Elizabeth Stuckey-French is the author of "The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady"--a "Ladies' Home Journal" Book Club selection--"Mermaids on the Moon," and "The First Paper Girl in Red Oak, Iowa." She teaches at Florida State University.

Patricia Henley is the author of four short story collections--including "Other Heartbreaks"--and two novels, "In the River Sweet" and "Hummingbird House," which was a finalist for the National Book Award. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.



About the Author

Elizabeth Stuckey-French is the author of two novels, "The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady" and "Mermaids on the Moon," as well as a collection of short stories, "The First Paper Girl in Red Oak, Iowa." She is a co-author, along with Janet Burroway and Ned Stuckey-French, of "Writing Fiction: A Guide to the Narrative Craft." She teaches fiction writing at Florida State University.

Patricia Henley is the author of four short story collections--including "Other Heartbreaks"--and two novels, "In the River Sweet" and "Hummingbird House," which was a finalist for the National Book Award. She taught in the MFA Program at Purdue University for nearly three decades. She now lives in Cincinnati.
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