S. M. Harding has been a teacher at grade school, high school and college levels, a cab driver in Chicago, a secretary, an art director and a chef. She started writing fiction in the mountains of northern New Mexico during a long winter when the roads were closed by snow, and has been writing ever since and has published more than thirty short stories in various anthologies. She lives in Indiana and revels in a retirement that centers on writing, editing and teaching writing.
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I Will Meet You There
When Win Kirkland left the Marine Corps Intelligence Agency after twenty-five years, she thought she’d left war behind. But a sniper’s shot through her front window soon ends the tranquility she’d been seeking. It also brings Sheriff Sarah Barrow Pitt—her one time best friend—back into her life.
For her part, the Sheriff has fought crime her entire life. But her latest battle seems to be keeping her own job in a deeply conservative area. She and Win were once close, until an unguarded moment profoundly altered their friendship. Now Win is in trouble—and doesn’t want her help.
As evils of the past and present threaten to engulf them both, admitting to their feelings might just pose the most dangerous risk of all.