Innocent Knowledge

Innocent Knowledge

by Maggie Owen


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ISBN-13: 9781543475098
Publisher: Xlibris US
Publication date: 01/09/2018
Pages: 170
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

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Morgan is a single mother with two young daughters trying to eke out a living in a small Georgia town. With a penchant for always inviting the `wrong¿ men into her life, Morgan¿s latest may cost her and her daughters their very life. Feeling that her life was going into a tailspin over the dark confessions of her lover Morgan plays the only trump card she has ¿ the name of an FBI agent that had been mentioned in confidence. She has to confide in someone who just might believe her bizarre story. Before she knows it, her lover is found dead and she is accused of murdering him. On the run with nowhere to go and no one to turn to, Morgan gambles her life, one more time, with a man who could either help her or deliver her into the hands of the very people she¿s running from. ----------------- Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction and with this author¿s debut book, one can certainly wonder which part of the fiction is truth --- or is it real? A bigger question remains as to whether the American public really wants to know the truth, or is ignorance truly bliss? ---------------- *** Owen¿s takes a stab in a highly imaginative and suspenseful tale that tries to expose a somewhat common conspiracy theory behind the John F. Kennedy assassination. While the page number is short, the action is fast with numerous players and a smart-assed sassy speaking heroine. My understanding is that this was a self-published book for this first time author and after reading would highly suggest that for further endeavors she make use of a good editor that could help her keep the stories flow on a more even keel. I also found the use of an italicized font throughout the text made for slower reading and difficulty in trying to follow dialog, with the rapid switching of characters thought¿s, to dialog, to showing and telling. The bottom line, was did I enjoy it? The answer is yes, it was interesting and pretty good for this lady¿s first effort. ----------- Marilyn Rondeau - RIO - Reviewers International Organization