Fairy Tales are those stories that get told from generation to generation so much so that they become legends. The problem with a legend is that it becomes tainted by the story's victor to the point that what is told is never really what happened.
When the body of R.J. Wolf is discovered, it is up to Homicide Lieutenant Kristen Anderson to dive deep into the bowels of the city to find his killer. In her quest for justice, she discovers a drug-ring so powerful that it gets her closer than anyone has ever come to uncovering the true identity of the city’s most powerful drug lord, The Fairy Godmother.
Matthew Freake is an avid lover of books and storytelling in all forms, including Theatre. He has won awards for set and costume design with the dramatic presentations of "A Gap in Generations" by Jerry Blunt and "A Bird of Prey" by Jim Grimsley. For the latter, he was also awarded for exceptional directing. He has self-published a short story series names "A Fairy Tale Murder" and his novel "Forbidden" is available through most book retailers.