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I remember one Halloween very clearly. We were with a bunch of kids and it was finger-nipping cold out. I was in fifth grade and my teacher lived across the street, on the corner. She had announced that trick-or-treaters should visit her last on their rounds. So we did.
What a treat! Flames were leaping high in the fireplace and she'd made real taffy apples. We took off our masks and some of us shed our costumes and coats and we sat and warmed up and munched the delicious apples.
I could end there, with the perfect memory of a Halloween. But there's a tad more.
A few weeks after that wonderful experience, my fifth grade teacher and her husband were suddenly gone. He was the principal at a different elementary school in town and had embezzled money and they had skipped town! Everyone in town was abuzz with the news, how you just never knew what a person was like. I had to decide for myself whether those two people were good or bad. They were neither, completely, just like everyone else. I guess that taught me a lot about people, and their different facets.
Thank you for sharing your memories of Halloween with us. Can you tell us about your newest book...I love the cover!
Imogene Duckworthy is twenty-two and has a job (PI assistant) and a new car (used). She loves her mother, but it's time she was on her own.
The problem is her daughter Nancy Drew Duckworthy’s pet potbelly. Not a lot of rentals in Wymee Falls will permit a pig, even one as cute and charming as Marshmallow. Jersey Shorr of Shorr Realty manages to find something, but there are rumors that the house is haunted. Immy tells herself she doesn’t believe in ghosts. She signs the contract and plans to move in before Halloween.
What she doesn’t plan on is the very real, very dead body in the bathtub. And the fact that the most logical murder suspect is her Uncle Dewey, fresh out of prison. Immy can’t allow her long-lost relative to be railroaded for a crime he (possibly) didn’t commit, can she?
Sounds like a very intriguing book! Definitely one I'd love to read. Where can readers purchase your book online?
Purchase Link for Broke
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