Runaway by Rose Epstein

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"Thomas Neves, a loving husband and caring father of three has a complete change of personality after a small stroke. He devises a trip to Mexico for his wife with plans of their never returning home to Massachusetts. He thinks his children can manage the rest of their lives without parents. After a while, his wife, Gail, realizes she has been kidnapped and thinks of ways to get away, even if it means killing him.

The children who keep looking for their parents turn to local police to help them. After a lengthy examination of the parent’s assets, the police believe the three children killed their parents and three enforcement agencies agree to find enough evidence to arrest them.

About Rose Epstein

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Rose Epstein has been writing stories since she was fourteen. While studying journalism she interned at the Brooklyn Eagle in NY, writing many stories, essays, and commentaries which appeared in newspapers and magazines around the country. After moving to Rhode Island, she wrote several articles for MAX magazine, and created a weekly column in the Narragansett Times called Rose's Rants and Raves running for several years. At the same time she edited This Week in South County, designed a completely new format, and wrote small seasonal articles. She also writes for national nonprofit agencies. Runaway is her first published novel.
Published March 27, 2010 by Xlibris. 277 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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