Buried by Debt (Paperback)
D2C Perspectives, 9780983990932, 408pp.
Publication Date: January 25, 2013
List Price: 17.95*
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Devon worships Jenna. Their friends say he's obsessed with her. Maybe he is, all he knows is that he wants to give her the world. Counting on a lucrative promotion, he bought a multi-million dollar home in Silicon Valley for her. It's all good because Jenna adores him. He's a lucky guy, and he's confident he has their finances under control. Jenna worked hard to get where she is, harder than Devon and their friends. She thought she had it all -- a soul mate, a fun job, and a gorgeous Mediterranean Revival home. Now, the economy's gone south, Devon's promotion is delayed, and Devon and Jenna are desperate to hide their sky-rocketing debt from their friends. When Jenna's best friend confronts them about the money they owe her for their share of a lavish wedding shower, jealousy and a long-buried secret explode in violence. Will their love survive their crimes? Buried By Debt - A Suburban Noir love story.
About the Author
Cathryn Grant's short fiction has appeared in Alfred Hitchcock and Ellery Queen Mystery Magazines. Her short story, "I Was Young Once" received an honorable mention from Joyce Carol Oates in the 2007 Zoetrope All-story Short Fiction contest. She is the author of THE DEMISE OF THE SOCCER MOMS, BURIED BY DEBT, and THE SUBURBAN ABYSS. Readers have said they "stayed up late" finishing THE DEMISE OF THE SOCCER MOMS. The novel received a five-star review from Red Adept Reviews. She is also the author of the Madison Keith Suburban Noir Ghost Story series - murder, ghosts, and soul mates. FATAL CUT (#1), SHALLOW WATER (#2), UNHOLY CHILD (#3), STONE COLD (#4), DEADLY STREETS (#5), LONELY GHOSTS (#6), and LAST CHANCE (#7 coming in February 2013). Cathryn's flash fiction has appeared at EveryDayFiction.com and been anthologized in THE BEST OF EVERY DAY FICTION THREE and in Chuffed Buff Books -- YOU, ME & A BIT OF WE (December 2012). One reader said Cathryn's Suburban Noir fiction "makes the mundane menacing." To learn more about Suburban Noir fiction, visit Cathryn online at CathrynGrant.com or email her at cathryn.m.grant[at]gmail.com