Greed, power and vengeance push all these people to commit unthinkable acts that will change their lives forever.
New York (PRWEB) May 13, 2014
“Thanksgiving” is a non-formulaic murder mystery thriller. This book lets readers escape into another world to watch greed destroy an entire family.
The Donnelly family comprised of April, Latham, and their three children Holly, Justin and Robert are integral to the Thanksgiving reunion. Holly’s husband David also comes to the feasts. The family’s lawyer, Attison Korybante supports Latham through his business and personal endeavors. Samuel Eveland lives in Las Vegas and he is addicted to gambling. All of these characters play an interesting role in the story. Greed, power and vengeance push all these people to commit unthinkable acts that will change their lives forever.
The intense dynamics throughout the tale culminate in a rewarding conclusion. Blessed with a stellar cast, motivated by desire and regret, “Thanksgiving” achieves a luminous, aching power hypnotizing the reader.
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About the Author
Gage Irving grew up on the South Fork of Long Island, winning awards for her art and poetry. The transforming atmosphere in “Thanksgiving,” the first book in the Holiday series, rings out with an intense visual and emotional texture. Meeting the ongoing characters, her well drawn characterizations describe a wide range of personality types and intriguing motivations. “Noel” her next creation in the series, is already under construction. Gage will donate 15% of her profits from this book to the Audubon Society. http://www.gageirving.com
Thanksgiving* by Gage Irving
“The key to infinite wealth fluttered like a colorful flag at the finish line, so they raced around the breaking point and into the unfair world of cold-blooded murder.”
Publication Date: December 16, 2013
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