by George Weinstein
Can Janet Wright complete the deadly puzzle connecting her father, his murder, and a hostile small town?
AFTER HER FATHER IS MURDERED, New Yorker Janet Wright returns to her folksy childhood home of Graylee, Georgia to tie up loose ends and mend her broken heart. When Janet is met with hostility upon arriving to her hometown, she begins a relentless search for answers about her father’s death. The unwavering heroine soon discovers that there’s more than meets the eye within the enigmatic small town, including secrets, scandals, and lies. This suspenseful Southern thriller will have Wright facing pieces of her broken childhood and fighting for her life. Mystery, murder, and romance converge to keep you turning page after page.
—Roger Johns, author of Dark River Rising
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, international bestselling author of The Pocket Wife and The Other Widow
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, author of To Dance with the White Dog and The Book of Marie
Aftermath’s final, disturbing twist will jolt you and good. A gripping, suspenseful read.
—Emily Carpenter, bestselling author of Burying the Honeysuckle Girls and The Weight of Lies
About the Author
George Weinstein is the author of numerous novels, including Hardscrabble Road, The Five Destinies of Carlos Moreno, and The Caretaker—all republished by SFK Press. His work has been featured in the Atlanta press and in regional and national anthologies, including A Cup of Comfort for Writers. You can contact George with book club invitations and speaking requests, and read more about him and his written work at GeorgeWeinstein.com.
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