Ashes To Ashes by Deborah Sawyer

An intense page-turner…

High suspense and intrigue mark Sawyer’s page-turning latest. With a highly successful career in Hollywood as a top screenwriter, a couple of Oscar nominations, and high income, Hal Jacobs seems to have it all. But there is something in his past he would rather not let the world know. However, staying hidden for forever is not possible. When a chance occurrence threatens to unravel Hal’s past, he knows he must do everything in his power to stay one step ahead or risk losing everything he has come to care for. Sawyer creates tangible suspense throughout the intricate, multilayered mystery while teasing out her characters’ motivations and desires. Jack, haunted by the demons of his past, leaps off the pages. The sensitive portrayal of Hal’s anguish as a victim of an identity fraud will resonate with readers. The intriguing storyline moves at a lightning-fast pace, and credibility never flags as the specifics of the event in Hal’s past are revealed, creating suspense as his present life comes unraveling. Sawyer adeptly weaves together a meticulously detailed account of identity fraud, covering all the minute details, from the mechanics of forgery to the legalities involved. Sawyer keeps a tight rein on her page-turning plot, and the lengths that her conceited protagonist goes to in order to stay a step ahead of his past life make for salaciously satisfying reading. High tension, abundance of intrigue, and astonishing twists make the pages fly as the narrative builds to a shocking climax. Lovers of page-turning suspense won’t want to miss this one.

Ashes To Ashes

On September 11, 2001, when the Twin Towers fell, where most people saw tragedy, one man saw opportunity

By Deborah Sawyer

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Pub date January 10, 2021

ISBN 978-0578837529

Price $12.99 (USD) Paperback, $4.20 Kindle edition



Categories: Suspense and Thriller

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