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I ‘ve just published the second book in my Samatha Series, Intimacy Issues. It begins a year after Identity Issues ends, with Samantha still mourning her husband, and still filled with unanswered questions.
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My name is Sam and I’m a widow—with five kids and a full-time job.
A year ago, a man who killed my dog, my friend, and possibly my husband broke into my house. I killed the bastard.
I desperately miss my husband, and I know that I need to start living again. But I can’t. There are too many unanswered questions about his death. They pop up in the most disruptive ways.
Translation: Crisis is my normal.
Japan is where I’ll find the answers, so that’s where I’m going.
More pain and heartache? Absolutely.
Potential life threatening danger? I can’t imagine why…
I do not go looking for trouble… It finds me.
This story is loosely based on my own experience. When my husband’s passport was stolen, and we began to receive strange phone calls in the middle of the night, the thought crossed my mind…I could write a book about this. Soon after, a threatening letter arrived from Botswana, and a student’s parent approached me, believing I was married to her dead husband. That sealed it! The result? IDENTITY ISSUES!
I raise a gaggle of kids.
And my husband’s out of town . . . most of the time.
This is my normal, and I’m used to it.
I can handle the missing passport . . . the threatening letter . . . the late night phone calls . . . even the potential stalker.
No problem. I’ve got it.
Then my life takes a sharp left turn, and I’m speeding down a one way street to hell. No longer sure who is friend and who is foe, one truth remains–I’ve placed myself and my family in mortal jeopardy. Trust me, I’ll do whatever it takes to save my family.
The Wrong Guy
Also check out my novel, The Wrong Guy, loosely based on The Michigan Murders—seven serial murders of co-eds that occurred in Washtenaw county from 1967-1969. It is a coming of age story ripe with romance, mystery, and suspense.