Nancy Bone Goff's New Book 'Ocean View' Unravels a Thrilling Mystery Crime in a Search for the Truth Behind a Murder
PRATTVILLE, Ala., March 27, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Nancy Bone Goff, a retired salon owner and master cosmetologist, has completed her most recent book “Ocean View”: a gripping and potent narrative that follows the life of Clara Sue, a weary wife of an incapacitated man, as it takes a sudden turn when she meets a gentleman one night who was then found dead the next day.
Nancy writes, “Clara Sue Carpenter has been taking care of her husband, Harold, after a massive stroke made it impossible for him to do for himself. For the past 10 years, she has been his one and only caregiver 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Although he is almost impossible to understand when he tries to speak, he has no problem calling her a s*** and other ugly things better left unsaid.
"Her once-exciting, exhilarating life has become nothing more than a dull, boring, day-to-day existence. She and Harold have come to Panama City Beach, Florida, to celebrate their fortieth anniversary. Clara Sue wants to try to relive a time when they were happily married—before the stroke and before he became so cruel.
"When Harold refuses to see things her way, she decides she will celebrate it the only way she knows how: she gets all dolled up at a local hair salon, buys a new outfit, and goes out on the town alone, leaving Harold in bed where he has to stay until her return.
"To her delight, she meets a handsome gentleman, Michael Morgan, who likes to dance as much as she does. They spend the evening drinking margaritas and dancing until closing. Her new friend walks her out to her SUV, thanks her for a lovely night, and bids her goodbye. When she gets back to her condo, she is floating on cloud nine. Unfortunately, Harold is not a happy man and lets her know it by calling her names and being harder than ever to get along with. Regardless of his attitude, Clara Sue plans on spending her actual anniversary night on the town in hopes of running into her dance partner again.
"The next morning, she is making breakfast while Harold is watching the news on TV. A pretty young reporter interrupts with breaking news. A man is found dead in his car at the parking lot of the Sapphire Club. The victim has been identified as Michael Morgan. Police are looking for a woman known only as Clara Sue as she is the last person to see him alive. It is at that moment Clara Sue realizes she is the prime suspect for murder.”
Published by Fulton Books, Nancy Bone Goff’s book is a brilliant read that brings a tale of marriage, difficulties, crime, and a search for justice in a tangled wire of unanswered questions.
Readers, especially those who are into these mysteries, will find this manuscript greatly entertaining and riveting.
Readers who wish to experience this fascinating work can purchase “Ocean View” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at email@example.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.
Source: Fulton Books