About the Book:
Mary Elizabeth and Charlie’s marriage is fading away as Charlie tries to just get along and Mary Elizabeth struggles not to disappear completely. A murdered teenager is discovered at the local teenage hangout on a bluff high above main street bringing back memories to Mary Elizabeth that she would rather forget but may hold the key to saving an entire town. But when the bodies keep popping up everyone must struggle with feelings of guilt, shame and redemption.
About the Author:
Martha Randolph Carr is the author of three books and has a weekly, nationally syndicated column read by 4 million readers a month across America through the Cagle Cartoon syndicate on politics, national interest topics and life in general. Her newest work, The List is a political thriller set around the attorney, Wallis Jones her husband Norman and their son Ned. The List is the first in a series. Martha is currently at work on the sequel, The Keeper.
Martha is also a melanoma survivor, Chi runner, occasional rower and skydiver and mother to Louie. She resides near her son in Chicago, IL, where everyone is always welcome to stay for dinner. www.MarthaCarr.com
HOLY MOLY! This was AWESOMENESS! Right down to the very last page, you, the reader, are taken on a FANTABULOUS whirl wind of twists, turns, ups, downs, ins and outs of a superbly written novel. Ms. Carr fills this novel with deep intensity, darkness, suspense, thrills and chills of a secret past, a missing piece to the puzzle, a family drama.
I can’t begin to tell you what I liked about this novel. I loved every aspect. While Mary Elizabeth was not my absolute most favorite character, she really fit the role of that confused, withdrawn and difficult to live with soul. Charlie, her husband, was a fantastic character. He really was concerned about his wife, and truly wanted to help her, though he didn’t know how. It really went haywire when he had to move out! Their son, Matthew. Bless him, my heart really went out to him. He was wonderful piece to this family!
With a serial killer, gone for many years, reentering the picture, it really turns up the heat on this suspenseful read. Secrets, things better left untouched, come unraveled and Mary Elizabeth is in an upside world. Following along side Mary Elizabeth as she tried to protect her and her son, thinking so many things at once.
I highly recommend this novel to EVERYONE. It’s suspenseful….it’s dramatic. It’s just plain GREATASTIC! If you are looking for a novel that will take you an intense roller coaster ride, then look no further than Martha Randolph Carr’s Wired. You’ll be turning the pages LATE LATE LATE in to the night. You’ll be “wired” by the end of the story, sitting on the edge of your seat, in awe of the rush you feel from reading this horrifically suspenseful story. GREAT job, Ms. Carr! I can’t wait to read more of her work!
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Learn more about this author by visiting her website, Facebook or GoodReads pages or by connecting with
her on Twitter. You’ll definitely want to check out Martha’s Mystery Blog–each week a new short thriller is serialized Monday through Friday. The entries are nice and short, easy to read via smart phone or tablet.
It’s all at www.MarthaCarr.com.