The books that have been collecting dust for so long they have become stained from it
When Bobby, aka 'Prizm', witnesses the kidnapping of two other street kids and later learns one of them was murdered, he goes to the only man he thinks can help him.
Father Kurt, an Episcopal priest who runs the Harbor, a shelter for homeless kids, gets more than he bargained for when he talks Bobby into going to the police.
While the search is on for the killers, who may also be cops, Bobby and Kurt find themselves attracted to each other. Then a new friend of Bobby's is taken by the murderers and he decides it's time to use the resources at hand, other street kids, to find and to stop the murderers
Safe harbor by Edward Kendrick
First published 29 September 2012 by Silver Publishing
iBook, 80 pages
“Shit.” Bobby, aka, ‘Prizm’, peered over the edge of the roof again then pulled his head back quickly. When he took another cautious look, he thanked his lucky stars he’d decided to sleep on up there tonight, not in one of the doorways.
Down below him in the alley two kids he vaguely knew were being rousted by a pair of cops […]