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No Options' Sal Torres: Stopping at Nothing

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 Blogger’s note: This week, you’ll hear from Lieutenant Colonel Sal Torres, the antagonist in No Options. While appearing to be an upstanding officer on the surface, dig a little deeper, and you’ll find that’s not necessarily true. Means. Motives. Opportunities. We who are in law enforcement live by this when investigating ...continue reading

Jonathan Ward: Life After The Athena File

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 Blogger’s Note: Last week, you heard from David Shepherd. This week, you’ll hear from his best friend and Abigail’s brother, Jonathan Ward, on what’s happened with him since The Athena File. Again, he plays a significant role in No Options. Man in the middle. It’s a phrase I’ve heard a lot, ...continue reading

David Shepherd: Life after The Athena File

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 Blogger’s note: Last week, you heard about what’s been going with Abigail Ward since The Athena File. This week, you’ll hear from David Shepherd, who’s the leading man in No Options. Find out what’s been haunting him since The Athena File. I can’t get around it. I’m not a very trusting ...continue reading

Abigail Ward: Life After The Athena File

by Jennifer Haynie (@JenniferHaynie1) What’s the best cure for a broken heart? I should know. January of 2017 stank. Big time. You see, David Shepherd and I had been a couple for over six months by that point. Then things happened. Martin Luther King Weekend is a weekend I’d rather forget. When we had The ...continue reading

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Pestilence, Fear, and Vikings

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 Blogger’s note: Initially, I had planned on launching blog posts related to my upcoming novel, No Options. But due to the onslaught of COVID-19, I decided instead to put off those posts until next week and instead address my observations about what’s been happening near me. Friday afternoon, I stared in ...continue reading