Monday 15 August 2022

Ebony Makepeace is Dead by Janeen Ann O'Connell

Ebony Makepeace is Dead
Janeen Ann O'Connell


Chill with a Book READERS’ Award

When Ebony Makepeace packed a few things in a carry bag and closed the door of her North Melbourne apartment for the last time, she struggled to believe she was dead. But when she saw her parents, best friend and ex-boyfriend all crying at her funeral, she knew it to be true.

After an encounter with the Café Man, Ebony’s life as she knew it no longer exists. Everyone around her think she's dead. Moving Ebony into his house overlooking Port Phillip Bay, he introduces himself as Bradley, claiming to have saved her life.

Although Ebony feels like a prisoner, the man does not treat her as one, and the more time she spends in his house, the more comfortable she feels with him. Meanwhile, Brad’s best friend, police detective Ryan Sanderson helps facilitate Ebony’s "murder" and burial, and tries to keep his partner off Brad’s trail.

As the net around them tightens, Brad and Ebony work tirelessly to find out who wanted her dead. But can she cheat death a second time?

Pages:  171
Genre:  Private Investigator Mysteries 

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