Under the Surface: A Dark Thriller

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Matt Moss arrives in the Westchester town of Danbury Hills, New York, after his estranged brother - writer Nathan Moss - commits suicide. It's supposed to be a quick visit for Matt, one of obligation rather than caring: pack up the house, listen to the reading of the Will, get the hell out of there as quickly as possible. But after formally identifying his brother's body, Matt notices something that makes him doubt the suicide verdict, and despite his intentions to leave quickly, his suspicions soon leave him ...
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Overview

Matt Moss arrives in the Westchester town of Danbury Hills, New York, after his estranged brother - writer Nathan Moss - commits suicide. It's supposed to be a quick visit for Matt, one of obligation rather than caring: pack up the house, listen to the reading of the Will, get the hell out of there as quickly as possible. But after formally identifying his brother's body, Matt notices something that makes him doubt the suicide verdict, and despite his intentions to leave quickly, his suspicions soon leave him compelled to find out what really happened. Suicide? Murder? Nothing is as it seems, Under The Surface.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468019773
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/7/2012
  • Pages: 326
  • Product dimensions: 5.06 (w) x 7.81 (h) x 0.68 (d)

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  • Posted June 8, 2012

    great murder mystery

    Nathan and Matt were brothers with a troubled past. A accident with their sister, caused a rift, that never heals between them. Nathan is a successful author and a drunk, and is found naked and shot in the head. Assumed a suicide by all. Matt comes to id the body and make finale arrangements. Do to there relationship, they have not been close and Matt had no idea of Nathans life other than he is a drunk. When Matt starts to make arraignments, he starts to notice things about Nathan. His life and just his surroundings that just do not make sense. Slowly, he starts to question, if it was truly a suicide or if it was actually a murder. This is the story of Matt trying to piece it all together. What actually happened? Matt learns that it may not just be a suicide but may be much bigger then he can imagine. Buy getting into things that people want to keep buried, Matt puts his life in danger as well. Will he find the answers he seeks or will the people who want to keep thing hidden silence Matt as well? This was a great murder mystery. Richard Dean kept me going right to the end. You will be wondering right along with Matt and trying to figure it all out as the story unfolds. Thanks for the great read!

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