In his second book, Eric Lee features nine fast-paced, short mystery and suspense stories. In the short story, Murder in a Coastal Town, a homicide detective, is overcome with grief at the murder of his eight-year-old son. The only witness to the murder is his eleven-year-old daughter. How does he extract detailed information about the murder from a witness who is desperately trying to forget? Will the detective ever be able to catch the murderer and what emotional price is he willing to pay? In another story, the reader is dropped in the jury box of a high profile murder case. The senator's husband could be facing the death penalty if found guilty. The courtroom drama is followed by an intense jury deliberation. Private eye and jury member Robert Douglas is used to solving cases, but how will he sort through the evidence and then be able to convince eleven others to adopt his perspective on the case?