Sunnyside Road

Paradise Dissembling
Narrated by: Madison Niederhauser
Length: 10 hrs and 5 mins
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A serial killer hunts the beautiful street of Sunnyside Road, an elegant neighborhood in Western Massachusetts. So far, six preteens are dead, and families are devastated. Despite involvement by the FBI, state police, and local authorities, no clues are forthcoming, and citizens hunker down in fear of further death. The neighborhood becomes an isolated island of potential bloodshed as no one can afford to move. Who would buy a grand home on a street cloaked in carnage? Sergei is the proud patriarch of a family of Russian immigrants who now lives in dread, as his little Anya is the killer’s preferred age. He senses the evil nearby but knows not how to fight back. Meanwhile, Captain Beauregard, lead detective of the major crimes unit, works with his team to identify the homicidal maniac behind the horrific killings. Through diligence and an interesting partnership with a criminal defense attorney, Beauregard ceaselessly pursues the truth. He will not allow the loss of another child, no matter the cost.

©2018 Kathleen B. Pellegrino (P)2019 Livres-ICI Publishing

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Captivating, Thought-provoking, & Compelling Read

My typical genre is 'Sci-Fi/Fantasy,' so this book was a departure from my usual literary adventures, but I am as surprised as I am happy to say that I'm glad I took a different path with this fine story. The story, plot, and character development is organic and compelling. Being a physician by trade, I was impressed with the factually congruent psychological mindsets and personality types that the author artfully leads you to consider as you are drawn into being an active part of figuring out who among the cast of characters the murderer is. Not only did I enjoy this challenge, I also learned a lot about the inner workings of the law enforcement community and the pressures and stresses that the fine men and women who serve therein experience. Knowing the journey you as the reader are about to embark upon, I can only counsel you to get into the habit of revisiting what you think you know! Enjoy!