Imagine that the love of your life will certainly die soon from an aggressive cancerous brain tumor. There is a experimental treatment that has a good chance of treating it, but it's far too expensive. A strange man contacts you and says he will give you all the money you need. You just have to agree to kill a person that he wants dead.
Author Tom Hunt's main character in Killer Choice, Gary Foster, must make this decision. Even in the process of trying to decide whether to do it, he has to make other choices, and some of them require deception.
In this Talk of Iowa interview, guest host Ben Stanton speaks with Hunt about questioning our own morals. Hunt grew up in Iowa, and this is his first novel.