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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Crime
  • Language:English
  • Pages:206
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781098335632
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098335625

Poetic Justice

by Denise McCabe View author's profile page

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Overview
POETIC JUSTICE Synopsis The Wolf is developing a reputation as a predator. From Las Vegas to San Francisco, he has managed to elude discovery. In his eyes, he is not the monster the media is saying he is, but a misunderstood and misjudged man who loves and understands women and just wants to make them happy. After yet another failed attempt at connection, he heads to Los Angeles. One night at a bar called Ryan's, he meets an attractive young woman named Wendy, whom he comes to believe is the soulmate he has been searching for. After a disastrous breakup and a history of picking the wrong men, Wendy has given up all hope of finding a soulmate, until the Wolf walks into her life. When Wendy goes off the grid for a few days, her best friend Cilla is concerned, and asks for help from Sam, a private detective with a poetic streak, to find her. He does, but as in life, nothing is what it seems to be. Feelings change; perceptions change; but destiny has its way in the end.
Description
POETIC JUSTICE Synopsis The Wolf is developing a reputation as a predator. From Las Vegas to San Francisco, he has managed to elude discovery. In his eyes, he is not the monster the media is saying he is, but a misunderstood and misjudged man who loves and understands women and just wants to make them happy. After yet another failed attempt at connection, he heads to Los Angeles. One night at a bar called Ryan's, he meets an attractive young woman named Wendy, whom he comes to believe is the soulmate he has been searching for. After a disastrous breakup and a history of picking the wrong men, Wendy has given up all hope of finding a soulmate, until the Wolf walks into her life. When Wendy goes off the grid for a few days, her best friend Cilla is concerned, and asks for help from Sam, a private detective with a poetic streak, to find her. He does, but as in life, nothing is what it seems to be. Feelings change; perceptions change; but destiny has its way in the end.
About the author
DENISE McCABE BIO After working for WNEW Radio, International Creative Management, Time Life Films, HBO, and as an independent theater agent in New York, Denise moved to Los Angeles and worked for several small film companies, coproducing several low budget films before deciding to stretch creatively and find her own voice as a writer. She has since written over 30 short stories, several of which have been published and one of which, Sophie, was a runner up in Narrative Magazine's spring fiction issue. A selection of her fiction, Flicks, was performed at the New Federal Bar in North Hollywood, California as part of their "New Short Fiction Series." Her play On The Job was produced in Los Angeles, and her play Trouble Dolls/The Limo Driver was produced and featured as part of the Los Angeles Theater Festival. She also wrote the screenplay based on her award-winning short story Protection, which was optioned and shot as a SAG short film. She has written three children's stories, The Maia Stories. Poetic Justice is the most recent of her three novels; she is currently working on a sequel.


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