They did not know exactly what that might entail, but they all knew that this trip was extremely important to Jake and Barb.
Jim Wasowski and Connie Friess, a history teacher and technical analyst, have completed their new book “Don’t Tell a Soul”: a gripping and compelling story about trusting one another and ensuring that each person involved is going to remain silent, even after the events have passed.
Jim and Connie write, “Danielle arrived on the Allure two hours before the ship was scheduled to depart. The airport shuttle carrying Ron, Bruce, and Barbara got there minutes later. Their flights had been uneventful, which gave them plenty of time to contemplate what they planned to do on this trip. They had come from Los Angeles, Cleveland, Indianapolis, and Houston to join Jake. As they travelled, they each wondered if they could follow through with what Jake might ask them to do. Since their planes had arrived almost simultaneously, they had agreed to meet at Chili’s Too restaurant in terminal three so they could share a shuttle to the Allure.”
Published by Page Publishing, Jim Wasowski and Connie Friess’ riveting tale takes place in Cleveland, Ohio and on a cruise ship with thousands of other people, the perfect murder has been planned and now it is up to the group to stay to themselves so it remains unsolved.
The novel is filled with twists and turns, ones that will create questions about the storyline and others that will clear up the events that happened in the past. Ones that will either correct a wrong from the past, or create new problems for the future.
Readers who wish to experience this enthralling work can purchase “Don’t Tell a Soul” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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