Everyone agreed Evelyn wouldn't hurt a fly...but they didn't count on a mother's fierce love, nor the fury of a woman scorned. Written in the spirit of Patricia Highsmith (Strangers on a Train; The Talented Mr. Ripley), Evelyn Marsh begins with the provocative statement that -Evelyn's first murder was an accident.- The rest of the book exists to explain the implication embedded in that first line. It's a why-done-it and how-done-it, instead of a who-done-it.
About the Author
S.W. Clemens has a Master's degree in English Literature. He has written more than 500 articles on wine, food and travel as a writer and editor of various wine and food magazines. He was the publisher of Epicurean magazine and its successor Epicurean-Traveler.com, and is the author of the novels WITH ARTISTIC LICENSE; TIME MANAGEMENT: a novel; and Kindle Scout Winner EVELYN MARSH. He lives in Moss Beach, California.