Death of a Corpse

Death of a Corpse

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Release date: May 19, 2023

Publisher: pd workman

Print pages: 294

Reader says this book is...: entertaining story (3) suspenseful (2) terrific writing (3) realistic characters (2) unputdownable (1) escapist/easy read (1) satisfying ending (1)

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Author Notes may contain spoilers

This story contains some nice twists and turns.

I started with the idea of finding the wrong body during a search and rescue/recovery operation. There is some interesting social stuff going on in this book as well, surrounding the disappearance of a social influencer, the assumptions and concerns surrounding her disappearance, and what happens when people hear the “real story” behind the body that was recovered.

The idea of living with a dead boy is not a new one, I have even used it in a previous book. During the research phase I looked at a number of stories of people who live with dead bodies and the psychology/attitudes they adopt. It was a fascinating study! There are a couple of resources in the Book Club Resources section that you might find interesting.

Early readers have also enjoyed the reversal of roles in Death of a Corpse as Kenzie’s secret is finally revealed and she and Zachary have to figure out how to deal with this change in their relationship. There are no quick answers, but at least it is a start!

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