Thank you to Netgalley, Stan Schatt, and Tell-Tale Publishing Group for this ARC!
Wanting more out of his life, Bill leaves his high-powered career as a lawyer to open his own coffee shop and start new! He thinks he’s on the right path, even finding a new girlfriend, Amber who seems to have it all, until the rug is pulled out from under him.
Suddenly, his perfect small-town life is turned upside-down when he’s the suspect in Amber’s death. Now he has to figure out what really happened, and why he’s the target of some sick game that he didn’t know he was playing!
I enjoyed the plot but had hoped there would be a bigger reveal. It didn’t leave me shocked but it’s worth the read!
Bill Eisner escaped the high-powered world of dog eat dog and opened a neighborhood coffee shop. His high-maintenance girlfriend stayed behind. Now all he wants is a second chance in life, a chance to do something he enjoys and meet someone who can love him for who he is, not what he can buy her. The community loves him, the press loves him, and even the homeless think he’s one of the nicest guys around.Finally, he thinks he’s found true happiness with the woman of his dreams. Until she’s murdered. At her funeral, Bill discovers that the woman he loved had a lot of secrets and told him a lot of lies. But does it matter? She’s gone forever. Or is she? Her text messages say otherwise.The police don’t believe Eisner and suspect he might be responsible for his girlfriend’s death. Meanwhile the text messages become more and more threatening. When a car bomb blows up his car he is forced to accept that someone or something clearly wants to kill him.Hello Again combines the spine-tingling tension of a paranormal mystery and the descent into madness of a psychological thriller.
About Stan Schatt
Stan Schatt has written forty books on a wide variety of topics including science fiction, mysteries, a chapter book for children, a YA novel, biographies of Michael Connelly and Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., and books on technology and career changing. His love for teaching is reflected in outstanding teaching awards he received from the University of Southern California and DeVry Institute of Technology.
Rather than having one career, Schatt has had several. He has worked as an autopsy assistant, an English professor, a software trainer, a law enforcement administrator, a market research executive, and a sales manager. He spent the last two decades as a technology analyst or ‘futurist” trying to figure out what future Description technologies will be successful.