Death at the Double Inkwell

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Lady Leo Publishing, Jun 1, 2010 - Adultery - 300 pages
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Deadly Intentions, Double Jeopardy, Murder On Hilltop Hill, The Sinister Chronicles & Knocking On Death's Door Sometimes life is stranger than fiction; take the lives of mystery novelists and twins, Jovan Parham-Anderson and Cheyenne Parham. They are young, beautiful, talented, and on their way to their sixth best-selling novel; that is, until Jovan learns her husband, Cordell Anderson, founder of Anderson Technologies, is having an affair with Alisha Stewart, his right hand at Anderson. Before she can confront him, tragedy strikes her home, and Jovan must deal with the fact that the careful, safe life she had with Cordell was merely smoke and mirrors.

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User Review  - Christine Pauls - Goodreads

Felt like I was watching a movie or some crime drama on TV. It was awesome. I have to insert that Shonelle is an awesome editor and teacher, and now I have learned, an outstanding author. I am so ... Read full review

Review: Death at the Double Inkwell

User Review  - Goodreads

Felt like I was watching a movie or some crime drama on TV. It was awesome. I have to insert that Shonelle is an awesome editor and teacher, and now I have learned, an outstanding author. I am so ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

As an author, she has published both in the creative and academic arenas - short stories, essays, co-authored novels, and composition textbooks. In the last three years, every screenplay she's written has placed in some level of a competition. As an editor, she helps writers to develop their stories for publication with the mindset of not only helping the story but helping writers become better at their craft. As an educator, she has taught freshman composition, mass communication courses, and fiction writing at the university level. Currently, Shonell is busy writing screenplays and pursuing her Ph.D. in technical communication and rhetoric at Texas Tech University.

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