Until You See Me by Roberta Degnore

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Why does a woman admit to a dismemberment murder so horrible the body can't be identified as a man or a woman? Because it's better than what she really did. It was the crime of the decade in 1932. Grotesque. And it really happened, although not quite this way. The dismembered, decomposing body is found stuffed in a steamer trunk. Pearl Tild confesses to it because it is a distraction. If everyone thinks about death, no one will ask about love... who she loves, and why.  
This murder is a love story, or the end of one. The eternal triangle goes terribly wrong because these three people really love each other. But their love is too much. It's what drives Pearl, her controlling husband, and the "other woman" to fight for their lives. They fight to the death for what they can't live without...each other.
 

About Roberta Degnore

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Roberta Degnore is the author of twelve published novels. She is also an award winning screenwriter, filmmaker and psychologist. She holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and an MFA in screenwriting from UCLA. Always moving in broad arcs instead of straight lines, she travels widely and learns whatever she can wherever she is.Based in New York City she returns frequently to Los Angeles.
 
Published May 9, 2012 by Digital Fabulists. 302 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Her emotional state is revealed as much by the peculiar cadence of her speech and the idiosyncrasies of her behavior as by the historical details Degnore provides in small bits and pieces.

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