Out of the Deep I Cry

Author: Julia Spencer-Fleming

On April 1, 1930, Jonathan Ketchem’s wife Jane walked from her house to the police department to ask for help in finding her husband. The men, worn out from a night of chasing bootleggers, did what they could. But no one ever saw Jonathan Ketchem again…Now decades later, someone else is missing in Miller’s Kill, NY. This time it’s the physician of the clinic that bears t….Read More

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