Family. Belonging. Relationships. Something we all long for. But it’s the late 1960’s, you’re a teenager, you find yourself pregnant out of wedlock, and your alcoholic father tells you not to come home.
What would you do, if you woke up one morning to find your baby missing? Who would you turn to? Where would you go?
What if you witnessed a murder, too? … And the murderer wants you silenced.
Indebted is a story of hope, perseverance, and redemption that begins in the backwoods of western North Carolina in the late 1960's. Alice Cummings comes home with her baby boy, whose disappearance starts her on a search that is filled with ups and downs, twists and turns.
But there’s another story to be told. Fast forward to the present day. Myra Mitchell is the mega-bestselling author known as the "Diva of Disaster." Yet, calamity is about to befall her this time.
How would you react to the news that you have only months to live unless your get a liver transplant? The Catch-22: you must remain alcohol-free for six months to qualify, but you might not live that long.
It's a race against time to write one last book. She sets her sights on the story of her favorite cartoonist, Betsy Weston, who at the summit of her success, disappeared from the face of the earth. Myra puts everything on the line to uncover the rest of that story.
About Braxton DeGarmo, MD (St. Louis, Missouri Author)
Braxton DeGarmo spent over 30 years in Emergency and Family Medicine, both in and out of the military, before retiring to focus on writing in 2014. Many of the incidents in his books are based on real occurrences, people, and experiences in his own life, such as learning to escape a water crash in a helicopter. And the technologies described in his books are all current... and possible.
Fortunately, he did not pull the events of the main plots from his personal life, although they are issues that affect us all. Human trafficking, medical kidnapping, the insanity of Washington, DC, and other injustices have become the premises used for his stories.
He writes from a Judeo-Christian worldview, but he writes his stories to reach and entertain people of all backgrounds. His books have made it onto Amazon Bestsellers Lists in four countries. His acclaimed MedAir Series is based in and around St. Louis.