Too Close for Comfort

Small towns seem to have the greatest tragedies occur, and Stanton, Michigan is no exception. Senior class of 2012 should have had it easy with only two weeks of school left. To his fellow classmates and teachers, Sam Miller was ready to take his incredible athleticism and incontrovertible attitude off to college where he’d continue being one of the greatest quarterbacks in the Midwest. But as soon as the gun was fired on the night of May 14th, everything changed. Sam left behind so many people who were left wondering why he would do such a thing. This especially affected his best friend Jack Sampson. To try and cope, Jack shuts himself off from the outside world. When he emerges, he’s approached with an alternate theory from a mutual friend. Was Sam’s death really a suicide, or was it a murder?

Henry Cline

Henry Cline has written three novels, the stand alone mystery, The Platinum Briefcase, and two Young Adult books in The Jack Sampson Mysteries: Too Close for Comfort and Close Enough.

He enjoys playing guitar and writes continuously in various genres.   

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