Author Christine M. Morton’s new book “Broken” follows a potent tale of romance and crime in a town where a serial killer is at large

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Recent release “Broken” from Page Publishing author Christine M. Morton is an exciting thriller novel that tells the story of Lena as she finds herself stormed with the challenges of adulthood, the complications of a love affair, and the threat of a murderer on the loose.

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Christine M. Morton, a banking officer, a first-time writer; has completed her new book “Broken”: an intriguing romantic affair about a love triangle entwined with buried secrets and false promises, and a small town where danger looms near.

Morton writes, “Broken is a story of friendship, love, sex, murder, betrayal, and secrets exposed. It’s a romantic roller-coaster ride. A love story with a serial killer vibe.

Lena McAnderson a young, quiet, beautiful, blond country girl, who, during high school, while everyone was in the prime of their life, took care of her dying mother up until the very end. During this heart-breaking time, Lena gets to know her neighbor and high school peer, Bryan Mills, whom she later believes could be her possible soul mate. That is until Chance Wallace stumbles into her life, an outsider from Cloverfield, Maine, who carries along with him a dark secret.

Lena finds herself entangled in a strange love triangle, which in return causes love-hate relationships.

The once quiet town of Silver Tree Acres, Pennsylvania, becomes plagued by a serial killer, a serial killer who has convinced himself that his intentions are good.”

Readers who wish to experience this finely written work can purchase “Broken” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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

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