ReadersMagnet will display Donna J. Thompson's “Lost Causes: Silent Scream” at The London Book Fair 2023 on April 18-20, 2023, at Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, London W14 8UX UK.
“Lost Causes: Silent Scream” is the kind of book that will have the readers wrack their brains from guessing what will happen next. The story centers around the beautiful psychologist Casey West who started working at the Lakeview mental hospital, hoping to search for her real sister and her nephew inside. However, something was off with the hospital, and she started to investigate about it and sought help from Detective Karl Larkin.
The detective seemed to have not taken an interest in her explanation and dismissed her case quickly. However, things escalated quickly when the nurse, Trudy Madison, was brutally murdered, and the evidence did not match the story that the management told. This is where the climax starts to build.
Will Casey and Detective Larkin be able to unfold the mysteries and hidden plans of the hospital? Or will Casey end up being murdered like her friend?
To read more of “Lost Causes: Silent Scream” by Donna J. Thompson, order a copy of the book on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and ReadersMagnet bookstore. Interested readers should visit the book display at the ReadersMagnet exhibit booth at The London Book Fair 2023.
Feel free to visit Donna J. Thompson's website at https://www.donnajthompson.com/.
“Lost Causes: Silent Scream”
Author | Donna J. Thompson
Published Date | December 21, 2022
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Genre | Mystery
Donna J. Thompson is a reader-turned-writer. Everyone has a story and her observation of people helps her write about complex characters and make them come alive on her pages. She is a mother and grandmother to a blended family. Her hobbies are gardening, writing, and reading. She lives outside the city limits of a small town with her veteran husband and her two cats, Midnight and Pretty. Donna is the author of two novels, “Plot Twist” and “Lost Causes.” She is now working on her third, “Justice for Katey.”
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