segragation, obsession with beauty, it's all fair game in
this fun high octane novel about love, betrayal, politics,
and big brother.
Monroe doesn't ask for much: good grades from her
children, a house with room for a pool, to be the best
Tupperware party host in New Haven 56.
inside her tranquil 1950s styled community, a monster
lurks. A monster that lives inside Susan, and every one of
her superficially perfect neighbors, held in check by the
oppressive police state that rules over them.
happy life is torn apart when her teenage son goes missing
the same night an explosion rips apart the community.
Susan knows it’s only a matter of time before the police
start breaking down their doors.
the reconditioning begins and Susan's identity is lost,
she must do one final thing.
About Jill Cooper:
Jill Cooper loves tea more than coffee and is
obsessed over finding that perfect recipe. She lives in
Danvers, MA with two cats, a toddler, a husband, and a 1964
yellow taxi. Her life is chaotic, but fun. She is currently
working on a new Sci-fi thriller and the sequel to the Dream
Slayer. She can be contacted at http://www.jillacooper.com