Murder, Forgotten

£8.99

ISBN: 9781782643128 Categories: ,

ISBN: 9781782643128

Publication date: September 18, 2020

Format: Ebook

Extent: 304 pages

Imprint: Lion Fiction

OTHER EDITIONS AVAILABLE: Paperback |

‘Deb Richardson-Moore has woven a masterful tale of mystery and suspense in her latest book, Murder, Forgotten. With superb pacing, she takes us on a page-turning journey from the coast of Scotland to the South Carolina shore. Her cast of characters with their many secrets will keep you guessing whodunit right to the end.’ Sally Handley, author of the Holly and Ivy Mystery series

Julianna Burke, bestselling mystery novelist, has a secret that those closest to her are hiding from the world. Julianna is losing her memory, and with it her powerful gift for storytelling that propelled her to fame. 

A further devastating blow comes when Connor, Julianna’s beloved husband, is murdered. Even this is not something Julianna’s mind can hold on to, and every day her assistant has to break the heart-wrenching news all over again. 

Julianna is desperate to know what happened to her husband. As she battles her failing mind to investigate, a detail of the murder surfaces that makes Julianna question everything she’s ever known. Somehow she must fight to find the truth, even though her grip on reality is fading…

Meet the author: Deb Richardson-Moore

Deb Richardson-Moore is a former national award-winning journalist, who became a pastor of the Triune Mercy Center in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. She is the author of the succesful Branigan Powers Mystery series. Deb is a popular speaker at book clubs, universities and colleges. She has also won numerous awards for her philanthropy and community involvement, including the 2014 Women Making History Award from the Greenville Cultural Exchange Center and the 2016 Public & Community Service Award from the Atlantic Institute. A graduate of Wake Forest University, Deb and her husband live in South Carolina.


Reviews for Murder, Forgotten

'Deb Richardson-Moore, with her trademark skill to yank readers in from the first sentence or two, tells a compelling whodunit that makes the reader wonder: can a writer/artist’s intense, immersive creativity be dangerous? Although the book’s description says Julianna, the blockbuster mystery writer and immediately sympathetic character, is losing her memory, Richardson-Moore unleashes twists from the start. Is Julianna’s memory really slipping away or has she fallen so deeply into her made-up worlds that real-life murder actually becomes inevitable? Is that the real mystery?
Writing with her delightful turns of phrase, Richardson-Moore not only makes you wonder about that; she also makes you become the detective who must solve this richly multilayered mystery: what in the world happened here, and in what real world did this murder actually happen? A delicious premise vibrantly told.' John Jeter, author of Rockin’ a Hard Place and The Plunder Room

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