by Brian J. Nowak
Trade Paper: 6" x 9", x+324pp.
ISBN: 978-1-59663-538-8, 1-59663-538-X $15.95 UK: £8.99
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WELCOME TO ALDEN, ONE OF THE SAFEST PLACES IN AMERICA Will Sandwith departed for Boston College where he gladly left behind a good deal of personal unhappiness in his small home town of Alden, New York. Later, as an up-and-coming reporter for the Boston Globe and courting the girl of his dreams from college, life was good in Boston. Now the most tragic of tasks beckons Will home, along with all the memories of his earlier, unhappy life - the death and possible murder of his younger brother, Eric. On arrival, Will's journalist's "nose" sends him on an investigation of curious and inexplicable details surrounding the death of his brother. Despite his eagerness to say "good-bye" and return to Boston, Will finds himself burrowing deeper and deeper into dangerously hidden secrets of murder and mayhem as well as personal family demons. Will finally uncovers the "secret" to the terrorized town's worst fears and the murderer's identity but, in doing so, inadvertently makes himself a target. Will he live long enough to expose the killer and will he survive a life-or-death showdown? Relish this edge-of-your-seat suspense horror-thriller! . Max assumed that Kelly was sleeping, but there were too many reasons to be cautious. He looked to his left and saw that the papers on the kitchen table were also scattered all over the floor, as though someone had cleared off the table with his arm. He also smelled a hint of bleach. But it was the drop of blood on the floor by the table that made Max's heart leap up into his throat. He reached under the back of his sweatshirt and pulled out his gun
About the Author: After working as an intern at a local newspaper, Brian Nowak discovered that he didnít enjoy straight news reporting, but rather, creative writing. In his first novel, Brian Nowak takes us to a quiet, suburban town crawling with big city criminals. A graduate of Buffalo State College with a degree in writing, Brian and his wife, Marykay, live in Cheektowaga, New York, with their two daughters, Gabrielle and Natalie.