Lynnfield, Mass. (PRWEB) August 07, 2014
The strange disappearance of a teenage girl rocks a small Massachusetts community in Jack Shevlin’s new thriller, “Marked Money” (published by iUniverse), which has just been awarded the Pacific Book Award in the mystery category.
When 17-year-old Jenny Sanderson is kidnapped, her devastated parents, Kevin and Maria, receive a startling ransom demand: one million dollars in exchange for their daughter’s life. Against the kidnapper’s instructions, they enlist the help of the local police and the FBI who organize a trap for the kidnappers.
The plan however falls through. The kidnappers make off with the money without releasing Jenny, and questions emerge. Was Jenny really kidnapped? As new evidence surfaces and suspects reveal themselves, the mystery of what really happened to Jenny begins to unfold.
Praise for “Marked Money:”
“Jack Shevlin packed in some brilliant plot machinations, credible character development, and excellent structural underpinnings of realism. But mostly, his logical mind provided for a good storytelling ‘voice,’ one which rang with his obvious enjoyment of writing the story as much as his hopes for his readers to enjoy the story. I certainly did. All I can say now is, ‘Jack, what took you so long to begin your writing career?’ ”
— Gary Sorkin, Pacific Book Review
By Jack Shevlin
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 196 pages | ISBN 9781462026050
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 196 pages | ISBN 9781462026036
E-Book | 196 pages | ISBN 9781462026043
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author:
Jack Shevlin practiced law for a number of years before trying his hand at writing. In addition to his passion for reading and writing, he is an avid sports and music fan. He is married with four children and resides in Massachusetts. “Marked Money” is his first novel.
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