Someday May Never Come

Someday May Never Come

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A psychological thriller reminiscent of Shutter Island and Silence of the Lambs, Someday May Never Come tells the story of college student Anna Howard on her quest to discover a convicted murderer's darkest secrets before he is executed. Anna is intrigued that the prisoner maintains his innocence, and she begins to listen as he weaves a story of jealousy, lies, and obsession. She soon gets sucked into the story of murdered mother and daughter, Gina and Kimberley Kraft, and the women who discovered their bodies, Meagan and Fiona Quinn. As Anna becomes more obsessed with the story and what it might mean, execution day approaches. She's increasingly confused by the prisoner's claims of innocence and fixated on revealing what's true and what's not. In the end, Anna learns that justice can be served in more ways than she ever realized-and that truth can come from more than one voice.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 346 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 18mm | 463g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507707037
  • 9781507707036

About Brenda Stinnett

Brenda Stinnett has been a Florida transplant for seven years, writing and traveling with her husband, Steve. As a psychology major and former teacher, she's always been fascinated with the study of the paranormal and the psyche. Stinnett published two paranormal novels before writing "Someday May Never Come." "The King's Vampire" is a paranormal historical novel released by Soul Mate Publishing, and her paranormal suspense, "The Tenth Degree of the Paranormal" was published independently. Visit Brenda online at https: //www.facebook.com/AuthorBrendaStinnett and http: //www.brendastinnett.com.show more

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