Closure by Terry Isaacson

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"From the time they met as kids in a sleepy neighborhood in Boulder, Lance Carpenter and Dee Evans had been best friends. Even as their interests and activities began to diverge in high school—Lance, the popular star athlete and Dee, the introspective intellectual—they hung together and remained inseparable friends.
Now, thirty years later at their class reunion, the two men are reunited after going in separate directions following graduation from Boulder High School in 1978. Lance attended Boston College on a football scholarship, and when a crippling injury ended his athletic career, he turned to a career in corporate finance. After blazing through academics at Stanford University, Dee founded a software company that blossomed into a multimillion dollar corporation, an accomplishment that results in his selection for an award to be presented during the class reunion.
With everyone gathered for the gala dinner banquet, Dee’s acceptance speech reveals deep secrets and unleashes emotions buried for three decades. What begins as a time for reminiscing and catching up with classmates turns into a deadly confrontation fueled by hatred and contempt.
For some, the reunion means closure—for others, it is only the beginning."

About Terry Isaacson

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Terry Isaacson is a twenty-seven-year veteran of the United States Air Force who also served fifteen years as an administrator at Arizona State University, retiring as a Vice Provost in 2007. He is the author of A Flight Through Life and The Coronado Illusions and lives with his wife, Nancy, in Tempe, Arizona.
Published March 26, 2010 by iUniverse. 216 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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