"Weeds in The Garden of Love" by Steven J. Daniels

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       Divorce isn't fatal--murder is.   Author Steven J. Daniels takes the reader on a fast-paced, exciting tale as Craig Andrews begins a gut-wrenching journey through a divorce and ends up being targeted for murder.              The story begins as Craig checks into the Sunset Motel and begins his new life.  At a meeting of the Men's Group, he meets and eventually befriends Garth Hodgson.  Garth is an innocent 'deadbeat dad' being persecuted by Lorne Davis, the ruthless and philandering prosecutor for the Justice Department's Office for support order enforcement known as the SOE.         Garth enlists Craig's help to gather evidence on Davis aiming to destroy his career.  Their quest results in an provocative expose of the seedy underside of humanity as dysfunctional people try to ease their suffering through alcohol abuse, extra-marital sex and cold-blooded murder.              "Weeds in The Garden of Love" is about more than just winning and losing.              It's about survival.

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Published January 28, 2011 by Xlibris, Corp.. 190 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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