Edward Jones lives in East Texas with his wife and numerous children and dogs. He holds undergraduate and law degrees from arguably respectable universities, and has served twelve years as a prosecutor. Consequently, most of his writing can be described as regrettably unavoidable non-fiction. He still hasn’t decided what to be when he grows up.
For seven years, dead girls came to my office.
- Length: 2 pages
- Age Rating: 15
- Genre: Fiction