Book: Bend Me, Shape Me (Street Stories Book 2) by Debra R. Boryscategories: Book, Homelessness, Street Kids, Chicago, Native American, Mystery, Yakama Nation, Psychologist, Homeless Kids, Suspense Thriller
Debra R. Borysabout this book: Have you ever listened to the rantings of a bi-polar guy standing on the corner seeking coins with a paper cup? He's crazy, right? Paranoid. Imagining things and seeing things and dangerous. People avoid him, avert their eyes, maybe even do their best to have him removed from the premises.
But what if what he says is true? What if you could save a good kid from being used as a pawn by a renowned but psychotic psychiatrist if only you stopped long enough to listen?
Chicago reporter Jo Sullivan has listened to enough Street Stories to recognize the truth when she hears it. So when 17-year-old Snow Ramirez says Mordechai Levinson is responsible for one kid's suicide, and may be targeting her little brother Alley as his next victim, the young girl finally finds the sympathetic ear she's been seeking.
Turning teens into terrorists. Sounds like an insane conspiracy theory, right? Yeah, not so much.
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Other books by Debra R. Borys
Video 1: Street Stories Suspense Novels
Video 2: Interview with author Debra R. Borys
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