When a young reporter is found dead and a prominent Philadelphia businessman is accused of her murder, Mick McFarland finds himself involved in the case of his life....
A curmudgeon. An iconoclast. A loner. That's how people describe Garrison Gage, and that's when they're being charitable....
Some secrets aren't uncovered. They are unleashed....
A young woman is found brutally murdered, and the main suspect is the victim's fiancé, a hideously scarred Iraq War vet known as the Burned Man....
Lily must decide if it's worth giving up her soul for security or risk everything to follow her heart....
Sam Prichard was a good kid, but sometimes that isn't enough to let you miss out on the bad parts of life. Losing his father at sixteen had been bad enough, but then facing the betrayal of his fiancé....
Laila Levin enjoys a successful marriage and a thriving career as an I.T. executive in Austin, Texas, but she can't quite shake her lifelong sense of not truly belonging anywhere.
When her company announces a major layoff, Laila finds herself caught between an unscrupulous CEO and her promiscuous boss. Then news of her college roommate's suicide stirs up a dark secret involving three devious friends from her past. One has betrayed a vow, another wants to rekindle their romance, and the third is out for revenge.
Suddenly for Laila, it's 1969 again. She's only 17, and she's left her sheltered home in Long Island for college in Connecticut. Amid protests of the Vietnam War, she's tempted by the sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll that rule her generation. Laila gets swept up in a deceptive love triangle with two older locals and initiated into their unethical hippie family. Too late she realizes her search to belong has led to tragedy.
Laila must now juggle the demands of her perplexed husband and her baby boomer past forcing her to make choices that endanger her survival and challenge her conscience.
She learns that the lines between right and wrong are often blurred, and sometimes you have to risk everything to be true to yourself.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Lots of people would like it, but Boomers will love it. It is fun reading, great story, lots of time changes and story moves around. Interestingly written. Love the language of it.<br/>Voice of reader is good.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Girl from Long Guyland?
When the main character who is innocent like I was in the 60s, gets off a plane with the drugs in her suitcase.<br/>
Which character – as performed by Joell A. Jacob – was your favorite?
Can't chose, like them all.
If you could rename The Girl from Long Guyland, what would you call it?
I would not rename it. When the girl came from (protection, safety) and where she went....Wow<br/><br/>
Any additional comments?
I read it last summer and just now getting around to the review. I am doing the review because the book stuck in my brain.<br/>