Searching for Jennifer by John M. Moody

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George Summers is a successful mystery writer who has become obsessed with the fictitious protagonist of his next novel, which he named Jennifer. Meanwhile, Bridget Oliver, an aspiring actress, believes she has finally received her break into Hollywood until she discovers that her new job will be to spy on a domestic terrorist for a government agency while acting the role of a woman called Jennifer. As a fascinatingly real “Jennifer” walks into George’s life, played expertly by Bridget, a team of criminals is actually pulling the strings with deadly purpose in order to steal George’s multimillion-dollar art collection. However, when the plan calls for “Jennifer” to die, the puppet master has an unexpected problem. Without knowing each other’s true selves, the writer and the actress have fallen in love, and George finds he must search for her, using the smallest of clues, before it is too late. Searching for Jennifer is a complex, adult-oriented, thought-provoking adventure into a world of art, deceit, romance, and murder.

Searching for Jennifer is John M. Moody’s fifth novel. For his writing, he blends an imaginative but plausible plot with very believable characters. As in his previous works (the books of The Mezet Trilogy and Brass Puzzle), John has merged multiple knowledge disciplines with descriptive, real-to-life locations for a memorable tale. When not writing, he works in north Texas as a community college instructor.

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John M. MoodyMany Shades of Green is John M. Moody’s most recent romantic mystery, written with his very own “Irish roots” in mind. For the reader’s enjoyment, he has again combined a thrilling blend of actual locations with convincing characters, some to sympathize with and others to grow to hate. Added to these is a multifaceted, credible story in the same spirit as his previous novels, Return to Nowhere and Into the Center of the Shadow. John sometimes draws upon his travel and occupational experiences to endow his tales with convincing details. The author presently lives in north Texas and teaches when not writing novels.
Published March 30, 2011 by Xlibris. 568 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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