Fatal Kiss by Suzanne Barr

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He was only four years old . . . On June 21, 1973 In Kinston, North Carolina it was just another typical summer day for the Ipock-White boys . . . except for the youngest, "Little Billy." He would be spending his last summer afternoon alive at home, alone with his stepmother . . . Twenty Years Later . . . Billy and Sylvia Ipock-White were living the American dream. He was one of Jefferson Pilot's leading insurance agents. She was a pillar of the community. She taught Sunday School . . . She worked at The Caswell Center for mentally disabled geriatric patients. They had just completed building their dream home. Life couldn't have been better for the loving couple . . . But it wasn't enough . . . Sylvia White told a stranger that her husband was trying to kill her . . . She wanted him dead . . . Months later, Billy White disappeared, only to have his bloodied body discovered on an old logging road . . . It was him or me . . . When Billy White stopped at the Sheraton where Sylvia was attending a cosmetic seminar, he told his wife he would be late coming home. He gave her a kiss goodbye. Little did he know it would be a . . . Fatal Kiss.

About Suzanne Barr

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Suzanne Barr has been putting pen to paper for more than forty years. Very diversified, Suzanne likes to write about everything! Her column for The Daily Breeze covered everything from the many colors of Crayons to local politics. She has written three fiction novels, Sight Unseen, A Five Star Mystery, Every Woman Has a Story, Time Warner and a self published light-hearted romance Mountain Magic. Fatal Kiss is her first true crime. Suzanne is also the ghostwriter for a New York Times best-selling author where she has written dozens of novels, all New York Times Best Sellers. When she isn't writing, Suzanne is reading!
Published October 15, 2005 by WRite Stuff, Inc.. 204 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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