The ‘Fastest Two Minutes in Sports’ had not ended – the winner had a furlong yet to cover – but Donnie Chariot knew the horse’s lead was insurmountable so he spent the last fifteen seconds of the Kentucky Derby totaling in his head the payouts that would cost him north of seventeen million dollars, his reputation, and perhaps his life.
David-Michael Harding is a past PEN International Award winning author. He is a former collegiate writing instructor, semi-professional football player and criminal investigator whose experiences provide readers with well researched, passionate, and crushing fast-paced action. A native New Yorker, he now resides in Tampa, Florida. Most of his days are spent writing from the cockpit of his sailboat, Pegasus, somewhere off the Nature Coast of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico.