The Man With the Green Suitcase

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What does a prostitute, a corrupt businessman, and a disfigured young woman have in common with a mysterious, old homeless man who carries a green suitcase? The old man comes into people’s lives because it is important for them to experience the visions that he is somehow able to show them—visions that even he doesn’t understand. But whoever he connects with will be changed. More
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About Dee Doanes

Dee Doanes is the author of The Man With the Green Suitcase, her first fiction novel.

She has previously published short stories and poetry. She has a deep passion for writing and has been writing since the age of five.

Doanes has a background in copywriting, communications, and social media.

She’s active in several charities and conducts a youth poetry workshop for the Atlanta Writers Club Youth Writing Camp, and is the former co-chair of the Writing in the Schools Program for Georgia Writers.

Doanes lives in Atlanta, Georgia and enjoys spending time with her daughter and parents. Doanes’ mother encouraged her to read and to be creative while growing up. In her spare time she enjoys attending writing events and workshops, fitness training, collecting art, world travel, and gourmet cooking.

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Reviews of The Man With the Green Suitcase by Dee Doanes

A.D. Spencer reviewed on Sep. 8, 2012

I was captivated by Doanes' unique writing style and refreshingly original storyline. The sheer 'what's gonna happen next' factor that is embedded into the plot from the very beginning kept me eagerly turning the pages. The vivid use of imagery really brings this story to life.
The realistic dialogue and attention to detail add depth to the characters, who each face their own 'real-life' problems. I was fascinated by the way the author connected the different events in the book, without revealing the mystery too early.
I was amazed by whom the 'bad guy' turned out to be, and I found the ending very satisfying…the way it all came together. This is a great mystery with just the right mix of supernatural.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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