Joey Davidson, a boy with autism, finds himself stuck in everyone elses problems

Emily Dickinson once wrote: 'For I have the power to kill, without the power to die.'

Entanglements is a mystery thriller. On the first day of morning cross-country practice, sixteen-year-old Joey Davidson finds a naked teammate unconscious on his locker bench. Joey's locker is open; his clothes and medicines scattered nearby. Quick action saves the boy's life. Joey lands in handcuffs and is offered a plea deal to become a narc. Turning down the deal, he investigates anyway to learn things are never what they seem. How much of his discovery is he willing to share with the police, especially when he finds himself marked for death by a friend's gang?

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