Betrayed - Alternate Ending

      Wodke Hawkinson
Betrayed - Alternate Ending

Betrayed - Alternate Ending gives Brook the chance to retaliate against her antagonists from the popular novel Betrayed. This is not a stand-alone publication, but starts at Chapter 49 of the novel Betrayed and then takes the tale in a new direction, with an entirely different ending.Betrayed - Alternate Ending gives Brook the chance to retaliate against her antagonists from the popular novel Betrayed. This is not a stand-alone publication, but starts at Chapter 49 of the novel Betrayed and then takes the tale in a new direction, with an entirely different ending. Written especially for readers of Betrayed, this alternate ending explodes with drama and suspense, and contains scenes not included in the original novel. To understand and appreciate Betrayed - Alternate Ending, the original novel must be read beforehand. Summary: After being abused for several days, Brook escapes into the snowy wilderness, where her captors assume she will perish. Then their victim shows up on the news months later, very much alive. They don't intend for her to stay that way. "I loved the original novel, but the alternate ending blew me away!" ~Randi Canning, Reviewer

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    Troll, A Short Story

      Wodke Hawkinson
Troll, A Short Story

This free download features “Troll”, a short story of approximately 3,221 words, along with excerpts from Wodke Hawkinson novels.Description of “Troll”: The Macksburg County Sheriff’s Office receives a report of a “troll” under the William Frank Bridge. Officers arrest the culprit and bring him in. Then things get interesting.A earlier version of “Troll” was first included in the book, AloneThe Macksburg County Sheriff’s Office receives a report of a “troll” under the William Frank Bridge. Officers arrest the culprit and bring him in. Then things get interesting.A earlier version of “Troll” was first included in the book, Alone - Selected Short Stories, Volume 3, by Wodke Hawkinson. Approximately 3221 words. At the end of the story are excerpts from Wodke Hawkinson novels.

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