"A winner in romantic suspense, emphasis on suspense"
In Possum Holler, Georgia life is good for young Katie
Malloy in spite of living in a trailer park with only her
mother. Everything changes when she gives a kitten to Gary
Savino who tosses the innocent creature against a window.
Katie?s neighbor teenager Silas Koole takes her and Gus the
kitten to the veterinarian Dr. Ben Ferguson. The trio
becomes friends. When Silas is sent away to a foster home
following the discovery of his father?s long dead corpse,
Katie?s mother abruptly ends the child?s relationship with
Ben. That night Katie?s mother is found dead in their
trailer home, an apparent suicide.
Eighteen years have passed with Katie now married to
Ben and Silas recently returned to live in his family
home. A serial killer is on the prowl and Silas fears
that his beloved Katie is an intended victim. He will do
whatever it takes to keep his cherished Katie safe.
UNFORGIVABLE is a powerful romantic suspense novel that
hooks the audience early on and never slows down until the
final ?New York Times book review of the true crime story?
(slick ending). Katie is a remarkable individual
overcoming her childhood real life nightmares while Silas
is eerie and Ben seems like a kind animal lover. The taut
story line is loaded though the murderer seems an
unreasonable choice in spite of several behavioral clues.
The tale is as gritty as red clay and suspense fans will
feel the growing tension that Tina Wainscot delivers and
demand more from this powerhouse of a writer.
A serial killer lurks on the fringes of the dusty Georgia
town of Possum Holler concealed behind a friendly face.
Katie Malloy should be content with her cozy home and
attentive husband. Instead, she wrestles with growing
uneasiness as the horror of her past gives way to a
chilling new nightmare. Because if there is anything she
learned through a long-ago tragedy, it's not to trust
anyone -- even those you know best.