Betrayal on Every Level
Marley Bennington had brutally murdered her older sister Samantha in a drug fueled rage. Only two people know that fact as true. One of those two people, was sitting in a state prison, serving a sentence for a crime he didn’t commit. Who was that unfortunate person? Alex Clarke, Samantha Bennington’s husband, the man so buried in circumstantial evidence that he confessed to a crime he didn’t commit, rather than face a trial. He was now trapped with no way out.
It all began as sibling rivalry and jealousy, as so many tales of treachery do. Now, that intense jealousy had ended in her sister’s murder. Once Alex was tucked safely away in prison, Marley was set to inherit millions of dollars tainted with her sister’s blood. But suddenly, two obstacles stood in her way preventing her from quickly obtaining the reward for her well executed plan. One obstacle was her brother, and the other a nosy little old lady. But for Marley, this wasn’t a problem. She had killed twice already and cheated the justice system. What were a few more bodies?
Justice delayed is justice denied. Can Marley be trapped by the very people she tried to deceive? Will karma finally visit her door? Another gripping, tangled tale from the author of Facing A Twisted Judgment.
I hope you enjoy this interview.
1. When and where do you prefer to write?
I write in two places. In the morning I write in what I call my writing den. It is on the second floor of my house away from any noise or distraction. In the evening I clean up the morning work at a desk in my bedroom while I watch the evening news.
2. Do you have a certain ritual?
Yes I get up every morning about 3 and start writing no later than 4.
3. Is there a drink of some food that keeps you company while you write?
Always a cup of coffee nothing more. But it gets refilled at least two times during my writing session.
4. What is your favourite book?
Impossible to limit it to one book. However anything John Grisham writes I read. And I love Michael Connelly’s Lincoln Lawyer series.
5. Do you consider writing a different genre in the future?
No. I would love to take a stab at romance but I think from my background as a family lawyer I’d come across too cynical. No one would find their happily ever in my books based on my time as a lawyer and people would walk away pretty upset.
6. Do you sometimes base your characters on people you know?
No not really. I like to create people who I’d enjoy be friends with.
7. Do you take a notebook everywhere in order to write down ideas that pop up?
No most of my ideas come from ‘what iffing’ one particular thing and I concentrate on that and just let it run around my mind.
8. Which genre do you not like at all?
I have not read any science fiction because I really have no interest in it.
9. If you had the chance to co-write a book. Whom would it be with?
John Grisham for sure!
10. If you should travel to a foreign country to do research, which one would you chose and why?
I have travelled internationally extensively for more than 20 years and London, Paris and Rome creep into my books frequently. London is my favourite city and I always return there for inspiration
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About the author
K. J. McGillick was born in New York and once she started to walk she never stopped running. But that’s what New Yorker’s do. Right? A Registered Nurse, a lawyer now author. As she evolved so did her career choices. After completing her graduate degree in nursing, she spent many years in the university setting sharing the dreams of the enthusiastic nursing students she taught. After twenty rewarding years in the medical field she attended law school and has spent the last twenty-four years as an attorney helping people navigate the turbulent waters of the legal system. Not an easy feat. And now? Now she is sharing the characters she loves with readers hoping they are intrigued by her twisting and turning plots and entertained by her writing