“After the Ride” is a sequel to JR Conway’s previous book, “Greyhound Therapy”. This book continues the fictional treatment of the impact on small communities when people move from one jurisdiction to another by bus, either voluntarily or against their will. Law enforcement authorities and mental health providers sometimes find it more economically convenient to furnish individuals with a bus ticket to another location rather than, for whatever reason, meet their needs.
The greatest impact in the small communities falls on law enforcements. Sheriff Craig Spence, though undermanned and having insufficient resources is tasked with dealing with the influx of such arrivals while continuing to meet his obligations of fighting crime. This book also addresses many questions left unanswered in the fast-moving series of events in Greyhound therapy.