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Liane T. Franklin is a registered nurse, who works in a Pediatric Clinic, in Mississippi. Her life-long dream was to become a nurse, and she has worked in the newborn nursery, home health, nursing home and surgery settings, but has a passion for taking care of children.
She is married and lives in North Central Mississippi with her husband. She has three sons, from previous marriages, who have inspired her to be the best at everything she sets out to do. As a single mother for a good portion of their lives, she knows the struggles and the joys of raising boys to be “Great Men.” Her blended family also includes five grandchildren, two step-daughters, a son-in-law and a daughter-in-law, who make life interesting and fun.
Liane has been an avid reader since childhood. She has also been writing short stories and poems since she was a child. Now, her passion is writing fiction. She credits her family for encouraging her to follow her dreams and share her work. Her ideas and stories are inspired by the people in her life, who have shared in her struggles, triumphs, and victories. Those people are the spice of her life.
on March 25, 2014 :
This is a terrific suspenseful short story written extremely well. Six teenagers who have been friends for a long time set out on a camping trip together. One morning one of them is missing and the story turns into one of mystery, suspense, confusion, deception and then murder. The story reminds me of something I think about all the time and that is: Who is REALLY living in your neighborhood, living next door, in your friendship circle and considered even your best friends? Like those people behind closed doors and the very people that you think you know and trust ... are they really known that well and to be truly trusted? This book includes that, of course, even the most possible suspects behind evil actions are the ones who hide behind their religion. Enjoyed this ride of who is who and what is what and what motivates people to do the unthinkable. The only thing that bothered me about this novel is that the author loved to use exclamation points much too often and unnecessarily. Other than that, a great read and a page turner!
(reviewed long after purchase)