Can't Hide What's Inside

Can't Hide What's Inside

by C.J. Heigelmann
Can't Hide What's Inside

Can't Hide What's Inside

by C.J. Heigelmann

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Overview

A Psychological Thriller.

A guilt-ridden single mother kills in revenge for the accidental death of her child. But she can't stop, and she can't hide what's inside.

The future is bright for Madison Sanders, a 27-year-old business analyst, and single mother. Finally free from her abusive mother's controlling grip, she relocates across the country and begins a new job.

Soon after, dark troubles arise as her misogynistic male office co-workers sexually harass her to the point of desperation. Unwilling to tolerate any more offensive behavior, she strikes back, reporting the offenders to management. Feeling self-assured, she resumes her focus on work.

Then tragedy strikes in the form of an accident, resulting in the death of her only child. Madison accepts all blame and is crushed under the weight of her guilt and grief.

But everything changes as a startling revelation about the accident is revealed, sending her on a crusade to find the truth of what really happened. Frustrated by uncooperative police detectives, she turns to the help of a private investigator to find the criminals responsible. But he finds much more than he expected.

The reader is transported through an odyssey of lies, deception, and murder as more facts about the crime are revealed, including Madison's own dark hidden past, unbeknown to her. In the journey to find justice, her mother's secrets are manifest into reality, forcing Madison to accept a horrifying truth that she can't hide within.

Book 1 of the Madison Sanders Trilogy.


Disclaimer: Among the topics of Delayed Onset Adult Psychopathy, PTSD, and child abuse, Can't Hide What's Inside heavily explores the subject of male misogyny, issues with race, stereotypes, and bigotry. If you are sensitive to any of these issues, as the author I highly recommend that you do not read this book.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999489857
Publisher: COMMON FOLK PRESS
Publication date: 05/01/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 400
File size: 836 KB

About the Author

C.J. Heigelmann is an emerging author of Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction, and Psychological Thrillers, who has published three novels, An Uncommon Folk Rhapsody, Crooked Fences, and Can't Hide What's Inside. C.J. learned to negotiate the changing fabric of society within the United States while experiencing different nuances of racial interconnection and social class ideologies from California to Connecticut, the Deep South, and during military service in the United States Air Force. CJ combines these unique experiences with his knowledge of the humanities, an empathetic heart, and a belief in world peace, to produce literature that focuses on the human condition in any genre he touches. Ever evolving, but yet retaining his core signature of sharp-edged reality, his writing style brings a fresh and compelling perspective to every plot and storyline.

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