The Suicide Letters of Jack Monroe

The Suicide Letters of Jack Monroe

by Mary Maurice

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Overview

Susan Jordan awakens at her Santa Fe

apartment, cloudy and disoriented. Her

clothing is unfamiliar. Where has she

been? Her nose crinkles as she smells his

scent. Jack's back! Rubber filled legs brace

against the stone cold tile floor as she

reaches for the pile of mail haplessly

setting on the table. Dozens of letters!

Jack Monroe never stops. Susan wishes he

would just leave, take his advice and go

back to Detroit. He's gaining too much

control! He's taking over!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781609752378
Publisher: Silver Leaf Books
Publication date: 09/10/2018
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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JeyranMain 12 months ago
The suicide letters of Jack Monroe is a psychological thriller about Susan wanting to commit suicide and Jack Monroe trying to stop her. What then conspire between them are numerous amounts of letters and dialogue defining their relationship as Jack attempts to stop her from this mental state. The book conveys the story of a person suffering from mental health and I appreciated how the author managed to display true emotions using such a sensitive topic. As the literature was letters going back and forth between the characters, it reminded me of another book with a similar style, titled ‘Daddy long legs”. The work always intrigues me, when it is written out of the norm. I believe the author did a great job telling this story with delicacy. The story is definitely thrilling and kept changing as it progressed. This matter made the novel stand out for me. Mental health is still something that is not fully understood. I appreciated the notion of such a subject matter being discussed and brought into a dialogue as such. I believe it is always good to introduce these matters in order to expose the reality of its existence.