Book: Don't Look Back by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorfcategories: Book, Murder, Marriage, Lawyers, Court, Divorce, Business, Espionage, Hope, Dispare, Disaster, Domestic Thriller
Juanita Baskerville Tischendorfabout this book: Savanna wasn't blind to the fact her husband had been unfaithful to her. At first she told herself she was acting insecure because she knew her business took up a chunk of her time and most of the time she had free beyond that was spent with their son. Enter Angelo Maglioni owner of the law firm who approached Savanna to do work for them. This job would provide the finances she needed if she planned on leaving Hank. Only her new job, would take her into a world of danger.
At first Savanna tried to ignore the happenings chalking it up to paranoia. She told herself it was her imagination that someone was watching the house and that someone had been following her. When she later discovered her house was wired, she could no longer play innocent and was sure she knew who was doing this to her.
This book was originally produced as "Til Death Do Us Part?". It came to me as I watched marriages fail and I began to listen and watch the reactions of different women, and then it was my turn. It took a long time to write the book as I was just beginning to start putting my stories on paper. Back then it wasn't so easy as the internet wasn't full of information that you could easily locate so I spent a lot of time reading and going to the library. What I have learned over the years is so much more than I would have had a chance to even touch the surface. We can now get records of cases and personal details that help make our stories real. I believe that, and the ability to input our stories into the computer has been at the backbone of so many writers getting published.
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