Diamond Dust by Caryn Campisano

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A young, professional woman named Cherie is confronted with the reality that her stockbroker fiancé, Jack, is missing. She and her fiancé’s brother, Bryan, desperately search for him yet have heard nothing from him or about him. This culminates in Jack being found dead in an alley under very mysterious circumstances. Cherie is devastated and cannot believe that Jack is gone. She handles the cremation arrangements and ends up bringing home the urn she lovingly has chosen with Jack’s ashes in it. Once Cherie does this, strange things begin happening to her involving the urn and Jack’s death. The novel twists in and out of the drug world with its addictiveness and dangers, when even darker elements emerge as the strange events surrounding Cherie become increasingly disturbing and ultimately violent. All of this comes to a shocking climax when these worlds come clashing together for a truly unexpected finale.

About Caryn Campisano

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Caryn Campisano is an English teacher who has spent her career in the instruction of middle and high school students ranging from 7 to 12 grades, with 11+ years experience in teaching effective writing that "lives" rather than "exists." She also has an extensive theatre background and has written, acted, and directed in many productions throughout her life. She has a great vision for sets and scenes as they should be presented and truly enjoy finding ways to make this happen both in writing and on the stage. Ms. Campisano is a published poet who won the Editor's Choice Award in 2006, and she resides in Sarasota, Florida.
Published March 22, 2010 by iUniverse. 108 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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