Over a year later, Tracy’s sister, Sondra, still can’t come to grips with what happened. She throws herself into her work as a documentary filmmaker to try and forget the cruelty of her sister’s death. However, a chance encounter with a man from Tracy’s past rips the wound open and sends Sondra on a desperate search for answers about the secrets from her sister’s life that may have led to her death.
As Sondra struggles to uncover what happened to Tracy, she’s launched into a tangled web of deceit and danger that puts her on a collision course with life and death…
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- Print Length: 290 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Bianca Sloane (November 7, 2012)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Live and Let Die is a book that will leave you scratching your head trying to figure out the villian. And, just when you think you have it all figured out - think again - AND AGAIN!
Bianca Sloane wrote a 'WOW' book. The deeper the reader gets into the plot, the more complicated the story becomes, and the book ending is guaranteed to stun you.
Sondra threw a wad of crumpled twenties at the driver and flung the door open, not bothering to close it. She didn't hear the cabbie yelling after her as she bounded up the front steps of the house and slammed herself against the door to make it open. The first thing she heard was her mother's pained cries. The first thing she saw was her father's face, and the shake of his head. Sondra's knees buckled and she crumpled into a pile on the gleaming hardwood floor.
The story has a woman gone missing and a distraught husband; a mother and father heart broken, and a sister with dozens of unanswered questions. As the story advances, disturbing information comes to light, and one sister begins investigating the death of the other sister. The plot ebbs and flows, heightened with drama and then it slowly takes a breath. The reader is left trying to find a suitable pace at which to read as the story is so captivating and the reader is left wanting to rush through it to the next scene, but don't. You will want to savour each page before the next one slaps you in the face.
He'd wanted to run screaming from the house and counted the minutes until he was free of all well-wishers, grieving friends, and in-laws. Satisfied, he turned and went in search of his phone, dialling the number from memory. I'm on my way. Be ready for me when I get there." He clicked the phone off and walked over to a picture of Tracy and him on their wedding day. He let his finger trail down her cheek before he picked it up and kissed the image. "Sometimes, we do what we have to do." He lingered over the picture for a few more minutes before he grabbed his coat and keys and left.
"I must say, you could have fooled me. You still seem rather morose." Sondra laughed. "Gary, you're the only person I know who drops 'morose' into casual conversation." "I refuse to capitulate to the incessant butchering of the English language to which our present society is so prone. I do have a reputation to maintain." Sondra chuckled. "Wow. 'Capitulate'." Sophisticated, witty, urbane, Sondra always thought Gary was Frasier Crane's long-lost black twin.
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