NEW YORK (PRWEB) November 06, 2019
C.M. Heil, a married mother of one son, lifelong resident of New Hampshire, and graduate of Suffolk University in Boston with a degree in theater arts, has completed her new book “Driveway Wars”: a riveting tale of small-town conflict, slow-burning psychopathy, and the sweetness of revenge.
Small towns are funny places. Don’t be fooled by their undisturbed beauty, they are not pristine. Give people the opportunity for a perfect utopia, they will destroy it. A town can be spoiled by too many businesses, traffic lights, and, above all, citizens. That is where the rot may not merely exist but thrive.
The Thomases have lived in Thornwood, New Hampshire, most of their lives, same as their neighbors. But given the ebb and flow of life, they have seen citizens come and go. Some exit with tears, others with a hard push.
One particular neighbor was unnoticed to them for years until the introduction of an unruly dog. The altercations were not only ongoing and worsening but widening. Other neighbors and the police were getting tangled in a feud that Brian and Sharon Thomas thought should never have escalated to such a level.
And when it couldn’t even get resolved at that level before lawyers and courts got involved, Sharon Thomas took it upon herself to handle it. The way she handled things all her life.
Families pitted against one another, out in the woods, is not a good combination.
Even the Hatfields and McCoys had to start somewhere.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, C.M. Heil’s engrossing book is a suspenseful thriller that keeps the pages tuning until the final chapter.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Driveway Wars” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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