Unravelling by Susan Rae Fox

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How well does a woman know the man in her life?

Alice is growing desperately afraid of her husband. Frith, newly married to a once-wealthy landowner, watches helplessly as he sinks into a black depression over the loss of his legacy. Ruby, in love for the first time, witnesses a dangerous side to her lover.

This compelling story weaves between past and present as we follow the troubled lives of three families leading to the fateful day when one man self-destructs and goes on a shooting spree, leaving a trail of innocent victims in his wake.

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How well does a woman know the man in her life?

Alice is growing desperately afraid of her husband. Frith, newly married to a once-wealthy landowner, watches helplessly as he sinks into a black depression over the loss of his legacy. Ruby, in love for the first time, witnesses a dangerous side to her lover.

This compelling story weaves between past and present as we follow the troubled lives of three families leading to the fateful day when one man self-destructs and goes on a shooting spree, leaving a trail of innocent victims in his wake.

Nothing is quite as it seems in this gripping page-turner that seeks to penetrate the truth behind the chaotic unravelling of one man’s life and his immutable transformation from loving father and husband into ruthless killer.

About the Author:

Susan Rae Fox began her career as a journalist before becoming a copywriter, Creative Director and finally Managing Director of a Durban-based Advertising and Promotions agency. Retiring after thirty years in the industry, she now pursues a long-held dream of writing novels. Unravelling is her third novel. Those published previously are: The St Jude Chronicles V1 Beneath the Surface; and The St Jude Chronicles V2 Going Under. Susan lives in St Francis Bay in the Eastern Cape with her husband Ron and their five beloved dogs.

Susan Rae Fox
978-1-920609-89-4
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