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Book details
  • Genre:TRUE CRIME
  • SubGenre:Murder / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:368
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781483594484

The Girls 'til Death Do Us Part

by Lisa Moreno

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AN ANCIENT IRISH BLOOD ‘Oath of Friendship’ launches Natalie Grant into a desperate search for the truth when best friend, Caitlin O'Neill commits suicide. The nightmare that began in Macon County, Illinois, 20 years ago left a group of life-long friends shattered when two of their own are found dead the night of their high school graduation. Growing up in rural small town America, they appear to be a typical clique of young girls. Yet, despite their undying loyalty to one another, there are some secrets that become a prescription for murder. Unfortunately, Natalie’s world went blank that fateful night after sustaining a serious head injury during a car crash. Convinced KT’s suicide is linked to these unsolved murders, Natalie commits to unraveling the web of lies and deceit by retracing the events that brought her back. Through well-crafted story-lines, The Girls slowly reveals the complexities and mysteries of not only an insular Irish-American clan who carry ancient superstitions and rituals, but the love, friendship, and betrayal of six teenage girlfriends.
Two unsolved murders from the distant past, compounded by fractured, haunting memories surface with a vengeance as Natalie Grant tries to unravel the disturbing tie with best friend Caitlin O’Neill’s recent suicide. As the funeral proceeds, Natalie mentally detaches herself in a final attempt to push past her amnesia-riddled mind to learn the truth. It was 1988, the night of high school graduation, when Natalie was involved in a terrible car crash that left her with a severe head injury resulting in long-term amnesia. It was the same night that two people she knew were brutally murdered. Frightening images now bombard Natalie's mind. Yet, she has found a pathway to bypass her frozen past. Despite Natalie's trepidation, she has to figure out once and for all what really happened with her friends that fateful night and uncover the elusive murderer.
About the author
Since 2002 Lisa has penned over 3,000 poems. Her poetry has been published numerous times and she has two books to her credit. "The Human Condition, Poetic Insights" and "Dreams, Imagination & Destiny, A Poetic Journey." Both are currently available online and at Barnes and Noble. In 2009, her husband Rick challenged her to write a novel. That proposal inspired Lisa to writing her first mystery, “The Girls, 'Til Death Do Us Part,” a chilling psycho thriller. She says there is a vein that runs deep through “The Girls” that has a very compelling message. She challenges readers to figure out who the murderer is. Lisa has already written other mysteries, "Ungodly Intent", an international thriller has recently been released and "The Red Diamond" will be released later in 2017.

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