The final chapter in my Tucker series is now available on Amazon. (Currently only the ebook is available. The print copy will take a few more weeks.) Here is the book description:
In the final chapter of the Tucker series, David Johnson introduces us to a new family – a family in need of the kind of help that only Tucker and her family can give.
Benjamin Trevathan, who has Asperger’s Syndrome and a speech impediment, is a boy saddled with adult responsibilities in the midst of his dysfunctional home. He provides the majority of care for his younger siblings and for his mother who is sick with cancer. His stepfather stays gone for days and weeks on drinking binges, only to come home to take out his anger and frustration on his family. This family’s nomadic life brings them to the house that Ella used to live in beside Tucker.
Tucker sets her sites on the evil stepfather, while April, who has returned with her own complications to live with Tucker, identifies with Benjamin’s struggles with being teased and bullied and decides she can help save him from self-destructing.
This is a story of simple people engaged in heroic acts, the kinds of acts that change people’s lives.
Some reviewers are calling this the best book of the series. I hope you will help me spread the word of its publication.
Also, the audio books are beginning to be rolled out as well. Even if you’ve already read the series, you will delight to hear the story told by a professional actress.