If I Should Die, Book Two of The Fellowship Dystopia Trilogy

by Lynette M. Burrows

The image is the cover of If I Should DIe. A purple Fellowship shield is on a black background. On top of the shield lays a book with a dark green cover. The purple fellowship shield is in the center of the cover with a green statue of liberty over the top third of the shield and a sword like green reaching to the bottom of the shield. Marching of the the shield is a silhouette of a woman carrying a gun.

After escaping abuse and the life of a rebel soldier, Miranda navigates her yacht through the inland waterways, rescuing fugitives from tyranny. She looks forward to a winter in warmer waters and a safer locale than 1964 Fellowship America. But her family isn’t done with her yet.

She receives two letters. Now she must choose between war and peace. Between brother and sister.

Her estranged sister, the wife of the Fellowship’s newly confirmed Prophet, offers her forgiveness and a chance for peace.

Her brother, sworn to destroy the tyrants of the Fellowship, needs rescued from certain death so he can deliver vital information to the rebel leader.

Voyaging against the current, she weighs her choices.

Will she stick to her peaceful principles and allow many to die or resurrect her dark side to save lives? No matter which choice she makes, it will cost her. Dearly.

Read A Sneak Peek.

The Lady Angelfish

I began writing this book, then COVID-19 struck and life’s challenges mounted. In an effort to give back to my patient readers, I read the first rough draft chapters aloud on my YouTube Channel. Those of you who read the book will notice differences between the recording and the published book.

Podcast Appearance

J. Alexander Greenwood, author of the Pilate series of novels, hosts this podcast. The Mysterious Goings On podcast always has interesting discussions about creativity, writing, and mystery.

Video/audio Readings

Not a video star, I may post new material in the future if people are interested.

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The book cover of If I Should Die against a background of an old black and white photograph of a variety of styles and sizes of clock faces. The photo shows signs of lines and cracks from age and folding.

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