Is all this innocent, or something more sinister?
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I enjoy a good crime thriller every now and then. But this one was genuinely different because you know who the bad “guy” is right away and then the story basically constructs how you got there reverse chronologically. This book will definitely keep you turning page after page and you won’t be able to put it down! The bad “guy” has multiple complexities to their personality, making the reader keep guessing what it coming next. Interesting ending, I look forward to reading more from this author. 5/5 - HIGHLY recommended!

-- Jeff H.
Book Description:

Suzy Perry is a survivor… but the same can’t be said for her husbands. A lovely, accomplished older woman, Suzy has married into a new family in Westchester County, NY, after being widowed not long before in Atlanta. Her new husband, Dean Perry, is besotted with her, but his son, Alex, and daughter-in-law Lisa are troubled by how little they know about her. Who is she? Little by little, clues and tidbits of information persuade Alex that he needs to know more. As the questions pile up, Alex, a journalist, elects to hire a private detective to probe Suzy’s past, without informing his father. Over time, it becomes clear that Suzy changed her name when she moved to Atlanta – and that she had been married for many years to a car dealer in Missouri who died suddenly shortly before she left.Is all this innocent, or something more sinister? Once circumstantial, the evidence becomes more concrete – and then Suzy is on the run.

Jeffrey Marshall (Author)
Jeffrey Marshall is a retired journalist, poet and writer living in Scottsdale, AZ. He is the author of four books, including the novels “Undetected” (2019) and “Little Miss Sure Shot” (2014). He also wrote a business book on community reinvestment (1991) and a volume of collected poems, “River Ice” (2009). Marshall grew up in Connecticut but spent most of his professional life working in New York and New Jersey (hey, don’t knock New Jersey!). The bulk of his career was spent in business journalism, and included chief editor posts at two national business magazines; he was also, at various times, a feature writer, columnist and book reviewer. He also freelanced widely for magazines and newspapers, appearing in The New York Times and New Jersey Monthly, among many others. Most of his writing now is on environmental subjects, and he serves on two national boards of Trout Unlimited, the coldwater conservation group, and formerly served on the board of a local land trust in the Phoenix area. Marshall has a bachelor’s degree in history from Princeton and a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern. Interests include tennis, golf, hiking, movies, finding new restaurants and travel. He’s stayed in or traveled through all 50 states – sometimes passing through was enough! He and his wife, Judy, have two rambunctious dogs, Maggie and Blaze.
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