- Publisher: Kindle Direct Publishing
- Available in: Paperback and Kindle
- Published: February 9, 2016
Eight-year-old Legend Harris isn’t talking. At all. He’s been through too much trauma. He’s seen too much. He arrives at the office of social worker Penny Wade after his school reports a bullet graze wound on his leg.
Penny’s job is to help Legend process what’s happened, but she has a detective trying to get her to force information out of him. Does he know who murdered James Booker the night he was wounded? If so, he may be in grave danger.
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Which is worse, to be named after a worthless coin or to be saddled with a name like Legend?
Legend was escorted to my office by a young Boston cop on a Tuesday afternoon. I’d been alerted that he had a bullet graze wound on his leg, but I barely detected a limp when he walked in. The school principal had told the police that Legend was eight years old and he wasn’t talking today.
His first stop after his teacher discovered the wound had been the Mass General ER; second stop, me.
“Legend, my name is Penny Wade,” I said. “You can call me Penny. I’m a social worker, which means I help people like you when they have difficult stuff happen.”