Death and Other Lies
When his girlfriend disappears, a young man is willing to sacrifice everything to find her. In desperation, when the police can find no proof she even exists, he follows a slim clue which takes him from the U.S. to Great Britain and Wales.
After a near-fatal accident, he awakes in a Welsh hospital with no memory of who he is or why he is there and accused of being part of a heinous plot for mass murder. Entrapped in a world of spies and terrorists, he becomes collateral damage, simply because he fell in love with a beautiful woman.
About Carol Ochadleus (Macomb County, Michigan Author)
Carol L. Ochadleus Carolochadleus@yahoo.com
Carol Ochadleus is a published novelist and short-story author. Her novel, Death and Other Lies, (originally published by Grey Wolfe Publishing, Inc. 2014), is the first in a trilogy. Death and Other Lies, a thriller with a built-in love story, has earned mostly five star reviews, including one from Readers' Favorite. One of her short stories, Colors in the Water, won inclusion in an American Anthology, Ni Bona Na Coroin, (Grey Wolfe Publishing, Inc., 2013). Her first illustrated children's book is Grandma Bear's Picnic, (Grey Wolfe Publishing, Inc. 2015). Years ago, as a young mother, one of Carol's children's stories was first published in a youth magazine.Carol’s short stories run the gamut from thriller to comedy, historical to romance. She loves to dabble in a wide variety of voices. She is active in several writing groups, continues to perfect her writing style and loves to help other writer's achieve their goals. Carol is a retired professional fund-raiser and spent decades writing professionally. Now she devotes her time to writing fiction, her award winning gardens and her grandchildren. She and husband, Don, live in the middle of the woods, near Rochester, Michigan, with their English Shepherd, Gracee and hundreds of woodland critters.