The Inheritance by Jacqueline SeewaldThe Inheritance by Jacqueline Seewald

The Inheritance

byJacqueline Seewald

Paperback | December 1, 2016

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Jennifer Stoddard is a 35-year-old widow who has just found out she is the sole heir of her grandmother’s estate, located in the midwest town she grew up in. But there is a catch; she must live in the house for two years before she can claim the estate and someone doesn’t want her there. The threats begin soon after her return. A rifle shot whizzes through her car window, her brakes are tampered with, and her tires are slashed. Police Chief, Grant Coleman, is called upon to investigate. Unfortunately, the history between Jen and Grant from high school causes them to mistrust each other. However, Grant is a professional and intends to do his job. Together they explore who might want to drive Jen out of the house, while trying to understand their feelings of anger, mistrust and desire for each other. With Jen’s life on the line, will they be able to put the past behind them to work together and save her and her son’s lives?
Jacqueline Seewald is a former professor of creative, expository, and technical writing. Her short stories, poems, essays, reviews, and articles have appeared in publications such as The L.A. Times, The Pedestal Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine, and The Writer. She is the author of The Bad Wife, Death Legacy,...
Title:The InheritanceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.5 inPublished:December 1, 2016Publisher:Intrigue Publishing LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1940758505

ISBN - 13:9781940758503

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"Seewald provides an interesting mystery with enough suspects and action to keep the reader turning pages. The characters are interesting and two romances provide additional challenges for them."  —Gumshoe Review