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Book details
  • SubGenre:Women
  • Language:English
  • Pages:238
  • Duration:4 Hours 54 Minutes
  • eBook ISBN:9781667877938
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667877921
  • Audiobook ISBN:9781667885636

I Should Have Known

A Memoir with a D.B. Cooper Twist

by Liza Morado

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When a 50-year friendship is suddenly cancelled by her best friend's father, Liza decides she isn't honoring his secrets anymore. She turns him and his neighbor into the DOJ, feeling something was off about both men. One thing leads to another ,and Liza finds herself reluctantly immersed into this whodunit.

The story opens to a simple life in the farming community of White Hall, Maryland. Liza develops a lasting bond with the Kaufmans after they move into the neighboring farm. Dushka and Liza become fast friends, and eventually become the Maids of Honor in each other's weddings. The girls drift apart, but their parents remain close … until Dushka's father betrays Liza and wrecks her oldest friendship. In her grief, Liza exposes him and his neighbor to the DOJ, feeling something was off about both men. The DOJ closed the criminal case in 2016. She's ready to share her side of the story.
About the author

Liza Morado is a retired teacher and artist who lives in the Pacific Northwest. She was born in San Rafael, California and raised in White Hall, Maryland. Liza graduated from W.S.U. with a B.A. in Sociology and got her M.A. in Psychology at Pacific Lutheran University. She earned her teaching credentials from the University of Puget Sound and studied art at Steilacoom Community College. Liza has worked as a National Park Ranger Naturalist, a U.S. Customs Inspector, a counselor for a boys group home, an administrator, a substitute teacher for grades K-12, and the Art Coordinator for Tacoma Children's Museum. In retirement, Liza devotes her time to travelling around the world, sewing, and gardening. Her favorite pastime is making art.