Truths of the Heart

Overview

Ensnared by life's choices, Professor Rachelle Zannes marries ex-football star turned radio sport's announcer-Carl Bostich. Initially swept up by Carl's panache, mistaking his possessiveness as caring, she soon finds him to be selfish, controlling, and a philanderer. Seth Trudow is an art student taking Rachelle's course. He is attracted to Rachelle and she is to him. At the same time, Seth is entangled with the eccentric Laura Toth, who is as possessive of Seth as Carl is of Rachelle. Things spin out of control ...
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Overview

Ensnared by life's choices, Professor Rachelle Zannes marries ex-football star turned radio sport's announcer-Carl Bostich. Initially swept up by Carl's panache, mistaking his possessiveness as caring, she soon finds him to be selfish, controlling, and a philanderer. Seth Trudow is an art student taking Rachelle's course. He is attracted to Rachelle and she is to him. At the same time, Seth is entangled with the eccentric Laura Toth, who is as possessive of Seth as Carl is of Rachelle. Things spin out of control as Carl becomes embroiled in an underworld gambling scandal. In the meantime, Rachelle's class assignment leads to a private meeting with Seth, and they become entangled in a love affair that ends in a bloody tragedy of death and pregnant vows. When the worst finally happens, Rachelle is set on pulling together her shattered life.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460983386
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/31/2011
  • Pages: 358
  • Product dimensions: 5.06 (w) x 7.81 (h) x 0.74 (d)

Meet the Author

By way of Carnegie Mellon Drama Department, G. L. Rockey earned a B.A. from Michigan State University and pursued a career in the television industry. From Providence to Phoenix and cities in between, he produced and directed a variety of television programs and managed TV station programming. While program manager at KTSP-TV in Phoenix, he represented NATPE (National Association of Television Program Executives) to Germany. He has a master's degree from Cleveland State University and taught a course there. Truths of the Heart is G. L. Rockey's latest novel. He has written three other acclaimed works of fiction: The Journalist, a five star thriller with a "freighting ring of truth"; Time & Chance, a mystery/suspense set in Nashville; and a collection of sixteen "off-the-wall" short stories, Bats in the Belfry, Bells in the Attic. Also published is a non-fiction book, From the Back of the House: Memories of a Steakhouse Clan.
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