The Last One Up by Annette Eadicicco

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"The Last One Up" tells the story of a string of mysterious murders that begin to occur within two Nebraskan communities, "Bridle Creek" and "Stoney Brook". After their investigation, into the murders, is completed, Sheriff Don Brinks of "Bridle Creek" and Sheriff Dan Drake of "Stoney Brook" are both left with the same unanswered question; Were the murders that took place, in their quiet and peaceful community, what they appeared to be? Or, had they overlooked a very important clue?

About Annette Eadicicco

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Annette was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1945. She was brought to Staten Island, as a little girl and still resides there with her husband of forty-one years, Charlie. She has two sons, Dominick, who is single and Charles who is married to her "wonderful" daughter-in-law Vivian. Annette retired from her job, as a Chiropractic Assistant, in 1999 when she was diagnosed with a non-cancerous brain tumor. After the tumor was removed she came down with several autoimmune diseases, the latest of which she was diagnosed with four years ago, myasthenia gravis. "I have to say that out of all my illnesses, my myasthenia gravis and temporal lobe epilepsy are the two that have taken away most of my independence. I've spent a lot of time at home in the past eleven years." Staying at home, Annette says, hasn't been all that bad because it's given her the opportunity to get into her writing on a full time basis. "I've always enjoyed writing. Mostly I've written poems for family and friends on special occasions. This is my first try at a murder mystery." "I've learned two very important things through the years, and they are, "there is nothing in life that's more important than family" and "you're never too old to follow your dreams... "I hope my readers enjoy reading "The Last One Up" as much as I have enjoyed writing it."
Published July 21, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 228 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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