Susan Klopfer’s The Plan is simply a must read.
If you enjoy historical fiction, stories of the civil rights movement, or fast-paced thrillers, then this book is for you.
A tale of two black lawyers, both of whom are also gay, The Plan retells civil rights history in fictionalized form. Written in the voice of Joe, one of two attorneys who has presumably been murdered, the novel follows his friend Clinton, the second lawyer, as he pursues the truth behind Joe’s death—how it’s related to the two’s investigation of civil rights assassinations. When Joe’s surviving wife mysteriously disappears in South America, Clinton sends his assistant Molly to find her, while Joe’s ghost travels with her and narrates the unfolding drama.
A page-turner, The Plan may keep you up all night. But in the morning, you will have finished a thriller, you’ll recommend to friends, give away as gifts, and want to read again and again—that is, until Klopfer’s follow-up novel is released.
I promise, you’ll be reading and loving Klopfer’s fiction for years to come.
Buy it now. You’ll be glad you did!