When a beautiful eighteen-year-old aviatrix discovers a crime from behind the counter of the pharmacy where she works to pay for her flying lessons, she crosses paths with a charming, but manipulative junkie. As his crime spree seeps outwards, she unwittingly stumbles into the dark world of addiction and unfettered rage. The effects ripple across the community, showing how violence changes the individuals of a community in search of justice and closure.
India, David, and the Devil is a tense psychological thriller lyrically told and grounded in the author's personal experience. Told from two perspectives -- one naïvely light, one sociopathically dark -- this story will grab you and fling you along for the ride until you beg for a landing.
About the Author
Award winning author Michelee Morgan Cabot has used her wide-ranging literary talents to spin an intense tale of love and the chillingly macabre. She draws from a variety of experiences: work at a psychiatric institution, time as a court-appointed special advocate investigator on behalf of abused and neglected children, and meditation and guidance at a Cistercian abbey. Cabot was the publisher of an aviation magazine and wrote restaurant reviews for a New England newspaper. In 2016, she won a coveted IPPY award for nonfiction for her book Fly Over Down Under: Australian Adventures by Single-Engine Airplane. She is a member of the Writers Group of Alamos, Sonora, Mexico, and holds a commercial pilot's license.