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Second Chances

By Rachael R. Vaughn
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Kate Ross is small-town attorney seeking election to a local judicial position, who has just discovered that her son Trey has been arrested for armed robbery and attempted murder in a neighboring college town. Although she is highly respected, Kate has an ugly secret that, until now, she has successfully hidden for decades. Her son’s legal troubles and the sudden exposure of her dark past now threaten to cost her the election and destroy her relationships. Thanks to long-time friend Wade, she soon discovers that she is the target of Andy, an angry man bent on revenge for wrongs Kate committed long ago, and that he has been insinuating himself into their lives for years as part of a twisted plot to destroy Kate.

Kate is forced to face her past, along with the consequences it brings.  In the mean time Wade desperately seeks evidence to clear Trey’s name, and in the process, discovers that most of the people who have wronged Andy have wound up dead.

    Rachael Renee Vaughn is an attorney who has practiced law in the state of Arkansas since 2004. She also teaches a course in criminal justice at a local college in West Memphis, Arkansas. Having spent her entire life in the southern region of the United States, she has first-hand knowledge of some of the colorful people who live there, along with their often colorful stories. Her access to the legal system has given her a unique vantage point for observing the triumphs and tragedies that life can bring, both inside and outside the court room. While her books are based entirely in fiction and are designed to entertain through the use of legal drama, she is inspired by the amazingly dedicated people who work within in the real world of the legal system of Arkansas.

     Prior to her legal career, Mrs. Vaughn worked as an elementary teacher in various Arkansas public schools. This experience, along with her work with troubled families as a lawyer, has given her a special passion for families struggling with complex social, economic and psychological problems. Having faced these issues with many of her clients, and having concluded that there are no perfect legal solutions, her fictional stories often contain sub-plots that humbly attempt to point to the possibility of peace amid the chaos for anyone similarly struggling, as well as for each of the professionals and volunteers who work with them.

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ISBN 13: 978-1-62652-056-1
Publisher: Publish Green
Publication Date: 1/1/1900

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Always

A Sequel to Second Chances

By Rachael R. Vaughn
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In this sequel to Second Chances, the small town of Mason has encountered its first murder, and the town’s prime suspect is a scared teen named Jamal Davis.  Attorney Wade Anders steps up to defend Jamal with the help of his assistant, Trey Ross.  They are now at odds with family and friends but will not be deterred from proving Jamal’s innocence.  Trey is also forced to confront two newly discovered siblings who were never recognized as Ross heirs and resent their rich half brother.

A rogue judge disposes of the murder case by denying a trial. Wade and Trey are baffled and desperate to free their client.  At the same time, a federal drug investigation links Trey’s half brother to a ruthless drug dealer, and Trey and his sister discover that their brother’s illegal activity includes more than selling drugs when they find evidence linked to the murder case. His sister insists that their brother is acting under duress, and Trey’s loyalties are divided between his family and his client.

    Rachael Renee Vaughn is an attorney who has practiced law in the state of Arkansas since 2004. She also teaches a course in criminal justice at a local college in West Memphis, Arkansas. Having spent her entire life in the southern region of the United States, she has first-hand knowledge of some of the colorful people who live there, along with their often colorful stories. Her access to the legal system has given her a unique vantage point for observing the triumphs and tragedies that life can bring, both inside and outside the court room. While her books are based entirely in fiction and are designed to entertain through the use of legal drama, she is inspired by the amazingly dedicated people who work within in the real world of the legal system of Arkansas.

     Prior to her legal career, Mrs. Vaughn worked as an elementary teacher in various Arkansas public schools. This experience, along with her work with troubled families as a lawyer, has given her a special passion for families struggling with complex social, economic and psychological problems. Having faced these issues with many of her clients, and having concluded that there are no perfect legal solutions, her fictional stories often contain sub-plots that humbly attempt to point to the possibility of peace amid the chaos for anyone similarly struggling, as well as for each of the professionals and volunteers who work with them.

Format: ePub
ISBN 13: 978-1-63413-019-6
Publisher: Publish Green
Publication Date: 1/1/1900

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Mercy for the Weak

By Rachael R. Vaughn
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In the small town of Mason, Arkansas an apparent radical Islamic terrorist guns down two people on the second floor of the courthouse.  Attorney Jacob Stahl, a victim, maintains a political blog that routinely exposes corruption of public officials.  The night before, he had prepared an article that would end a local judge's twenty year reign of corruption.  Lying in a pool of blood, he asks attorney Wade Anders to post the story, but Wade has no idea what Jacob is referring to.  The next day the apparent terrorist turns up dead on the courthouse steps. As police investigate the killings, the town's only Muslim family is questioned; they seem to have something to hide.  Wade soon gets pulled into a dangerous web of corruption, which climaxes in he and his wife Kate being kidnapped at gunpoint.  As all truths are finally revealed, some of them are shocking, and some of them are heartbreaking. But each truth will impact the residents of Mason in profound ways, both good and bad.

Rachael R. Vaughn has practiced law in Arkansas since 2004, and she teaches at ASU Mid-South.  Prior to 2001, she was an elementary teacher for various Arkansas public schools.  As a lawyer, teacher, and lifetime resident of the south, she has experienced many of the colorful people who live there, along with their often colorful stories.  While her books are legal fiction, she is inspired by the amazingly dedicated people who work within the real worlds of the Arkansas legal and education systems. Teaching and working with troubled families as a lawyer have given her a special passion for families struggling with complex social, economic, and psychological problems.  Having concluded that there are no perfect solutions for these families, her stories contain sub-plots that humbly attempt to point to the possibility of peace amid the chaos for them, as well as for each of the professionals and volunteers who work with them.

Format: ePub
ISBN 13: 978-1-63505-430-9
Publisher: Publish Green
Publication Date: 10/15/2016

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