Phoenix, AZ, June 06, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Miranda DeCosta has been murdered. Death, as Charlie Caldwell has so cruelly learned, cheats one out of any opportunity to set life on the correct path.
Charlie has come to Divina, the tiny central California town where he grew up, bent on confronting Miranda over the event that defined and destroyed every romantic relationship he has ever entertained.
Questions about Miranda's unraveling life and violent murder gradually invade Charlie’s consciousness. Bits and pieces of seemingly insignificant information begin to nag at him causing him to question whether the man locked behind bars and charged with her murder is, in fact, the real killer.
Become enthralled while Charlie takes his first baby-steps toward reinventing himself, solves the question of who really murdered Miranda DeCosta and discovers another unforgettable woman who will reshape his life.
"Following up from his exciting debut novel, Betrayed, author R.P. McCabe delivers again in this edge-of-the-seat 'whodunit.' Thick Fog In Pacheco Pass will keep you guessing to the last page." Amazon Reviewer
Thick Fog In Pacheco Pass
Author: R.P. McCabe
Publisher: Pen & Ink Publishing, Ltd.
Published: May 2013
About The Author:
After a successful entrepreneurial career, R.P. McCabe turned his attention to his long-held private aspiration of writing. During the ‘90s he was a featured writer for Enterprise Magazine. In 1996, he entered a two-year creative writing program with the Long Ridge Writers Group. His debut novel, Betrayed, garnered national attention, earning him the focus of interviews on nationally syndicated radio shows and feature articles in major publications such as AOL Finance, Kiplinger Review and Business Insider Magazine, along with many small market media. Mr. McCabe’s novels are journeys filled with drama and suspense, deepening relationships, exquisite passion and personal growth, guaranteed to ignite your imagination and passion.
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Thick Fog is available in eBook at Amazon: ISBN 9780615816579 ~ It is also available from the following retailers worldwide in eBook - Sony - B&N - Kobo - Apple iBookstore - Diesel - Page Foundry - Baker & Taylor Blio - Smashwords: ISBN 9781301410750 ~ It is available in paperback from CreateSpace: ISBN 9781484939420.