by George Weinstein
Janet Wright left tiny Graylee, Georgia at age five, when her mother fled a destructive marriage. Now forty and reinventing herself after a failed engagement, Janet returns as the sole inheritor of her recently murdered father’s valuable estate. Life should be easy, but she can’t resist pulling at the threads of the apparently open-and-shut case. Before long, she finds herself tangled in Graylee’s web of secrets, lies, and scandals—and in fear for her own life.
Aftermath’s final, disturbing twist will jolt you and good. A gripping, suspenseful read.Emily Carpenter,
You know early on that in the end all the right dots will be connected, but you don’t know how the lines will be drawn—until you keep turning. That’s the pleasure of it.Terry Kay,
Weaving past with present, light with shadow, Aftermath maintains a perfect and engaging balance. This is one you don’t want to miss!Susan Crawford,
Aftermath artfully combines a story of shattered hopes with a dark mystery that will keep you turning the pages as you follow a trail of clues, hidden in plain sight, into the corrupt and disturbing heart of a small Georgia town.Roger Johns,
About the Author
George Weinstein is the author of the Southern historical novel
Hardscrabble Road; the Southern mystery Aftermath; and the novel of
forgotten U.S. history The Five Destinies of Carlos Moreno—all published
by SFK Press—and the upcoming suspense novel The Color of Lies. His
work also has been published in the Atlanta press and in regional and
national anthologies, including A Cup of Comfort for Writers. George is the
former President of the Atlanta Writers Club and has managed the Atlanta
Writers Conference for a decade, helping nearly three thousand writers on
their quest for publication. On his website, www.GeorgeWeinstein.com, you can read the first chapters of his books for free and discover more about him
and his work.
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