His novels are not only unique in plot and character development, but what really sets them apart is that they’re told through a series of emails exchanged among the characters.
Instead of reading these emails in a book, they will be sent to your inbox as part of your regular email as if the characters have copied you on the emails they are sending to each other. You will receive a few emails a day over the three weeks it takes for the story to unfold. Suzanne also includes links to additional content such as newspaper and magazine articles and photographs that are part of the story.
The number of emails sent each day varies. You will receive 3 or 4 emails a day as the story unfolds in real time. Unlike a book where you can turn a page to find out what happens next, you have to wait for the next email to arrive. That’s what makes this a unique reading experience. Of course once you’ve been sent all the emails, you’ll be able to read the entire mystery whenever you want.
Michael has gracefully agreed to raffle a copy of Suzanne to one of our lovely readers. Just comment on this post and your name will be automatically entered in the contest. If you want to review Suzanne for TBB as a guest bitch, we’d love to post it for you. *g*
Here’s a synopsis for Suzanne and you can read the first three emails for free here. Enjoy. *g*
Suzanne Braun had it all—the big house, the luxury car, the expensive vacations. Then her husband died, but not before making a series of reckless investments that depleted his fortune.
When a promising relationship with a well-heeled and aging suitor ends badly, the beautiful widow finds herself a social pariah, universally regarded as an unscrupulous golddigger. Her prospects look bleak when her late husband’s brother, Douglas, invites her to spend the summer at the family cottage on Lake Joseph, a playground for Toronto’s rich—and very rich.
Suzanne heads north with one goal in mind: to return home with a wealthy fiancé in tow.
Douglas’ wife Catherine dreads her arrival. The two women have loathed each other for years and Catherine fears that Suzanne will set her sights on her brother Mark, a wealthy businessman who is returning to Canada after 14 years in Japan. She will do anything to keep her arch-enemy from entering the family circle.
An irresistible force is about to meet an immovable object.
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