A writer, a father, a husband, the owner of a strictly ordered life, Jacob Winter is not a man prone to violence—until the day he walks in unexpectedly on his wife's affair. Awakening in a small-town Maine jail with no memory of his alleged rampage, he is bailed out by Alix Callahan, a mysterious ethnobotanist who claims to own a small piece of his past. Drawn into her obsessive relationship with July, an exotic Indian beauty from the rainforests of South America, Jacob is simultaneously mesmerized and unnerved by the two women's strange erotic dance as his meticulously controlled world slips even farther out of its orbit—leading him to a clandestine meeting at the top of a bridge, where he helplessly watches Alix plunge 250 feet into the raging waters below. A suicide, a murder, neither, or both pull Jacob Winter into a twisted game of dark deceptions and psychological terror, one that could destroy his sanity and his soul.
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Thanks to her, Jake is involved in a disastrous incident during which Alix falls from the Piscataqua Bridge (Maine), putting Jake under suspicion of being complicit in her murder.| Read Full Review of Green Girls: A Novel of Suspense
Meanwhile, July's husband, a sinister Colombian shaman, has escaped from a Florida prison and is making his way up the coast, looking for revenge and the drug money Alix and July stole from him.| Read Full Review of Green Girls: A Novel of Suspense
Kimball's thriller is quirky and interesting, so if you enjoyed 'Undone', you will certainly enjoy this.| Read Full Review of Green Girls: A Novel of Suspense
In some ways, the inclusion of this culture seemed more like a way of making the book exotic rather than being a vital plot element.| Read Full Review of Green Girls: A Novel of Suspense
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