K.C. Long’s Debut Novel “Looking Back” is a Suspenseful Tale that Centers its Theme on the Overshadowing Idea of Death

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Recent release “Looking Back” from Page Publishing author K.C. Long is an intriguing narrative about two devoted morticians and their commitment to the families to whom their services are provided.

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K.C. Long, a former funeral director and currently a primary school teacher, has completed her new book “Looking Back”: an engrossing account filled with devotion, love, murder, and secrets, all revolving around the profession of death.

Author Long reveals the dedication of the directors and details the intriguing inner workings of a busy funeral home: “Mr. DelGiorno guided them through to the viewing room, even though they had been there enough over the years to know where to go. He watched as they approached the casket and was surprised that they chatted and shook their heads instead of the typical convergence to the kneeler for prayers. ‘What is wrong?’ He began thinking of a number of possibilities. ‘Cosmetics too heavy, hair not parted right, worse was he leaking somewhere?’”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, K.C. Long’s gripping novel shows the enigmatic side of people whose jobs involve dealing with the dead, and unravels a compelling tale of how these two funeral directors balance the commitment to their own family and the families they serve.. “Looking Back” will stun readers with an unthinkable end surrounding a dilemma of choosing for the greater good to avoid scandal and downfall.

Readers who wish to experience this evoking work can purchase “Looking Back” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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