Superior Death

Superior Death Small town reporter Vince Marshall faces looming deadlines an over the edge boss a wife he suspects is cheating and the challenge of balancing his career while raising a toddler The last thing he n

  • Title: Superior Death
  • Author: MatthewWilliams
  • ISBN: 9780803497689
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Small town reporter Vince Marshall faces looming deadlines, an over the edge boss, a wife he suspects is cheating, and the challenge of balancing his career while raising a toddler The last thing he needs is for his mother to become the suspect in a mysterious woman s death a story he s covering for the local newspaper.Vince searches for answers and runs up against theSmall town reporter Vince Marshall faces looming deadlines, an over the edge boss, a wife he suspects is cheating, and the challenge of balancing his career while raising a toddler The last thing he needs is for his mother to become the suspect in a mysterious woman s death a story he s covering for the local newspaper.Vince searches for answers and runs up against the town s irascible police chief, an untouchable influential family, and a rogue detective who are all trying to kill the story for their own reasons Even mystifying is his usually opinionated mother s infuriating silence The harder he tries to uncover the truth, the he realizes just how deep the levels of secrecy in this small Lake Superior town really go With each exposed lie, Vince risks losing everything his family, friends, and reputation.As Apostle Bay which is already divided by contentious union negotiations and teenage drug use struggles to survive the scandal, Vince must decide just how far he s willing to go to delve into a world of deception, deceit, and self discovery.

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      Published :2019-06-01T20:21:06+00:00

    About “MatthewWilliams”

    1. MatthewWilliams

      Matthew WilliamsMatthew Williams lives in Marquette, Michigan He was an award winning newspaper reporter, columnist, and author of the popular Tot Tales, a weekly column about fatherhood His fiction and nonfiction writing regularly appears in regional and national publications.

    979 thoughts on “Superior Death”

    1. I thoroughly enjoyed this relatively short novel, my first by this author. The story surrounds a news reporter in a small town and his intense probing of several seemingly unrelated events which terminates in a startling discovery that I did not see coming until the author unveiled it. "Superior Death" was a nice break from the detective thrillers that make up the bulk of my reading list although it contained its share of crime, sleuthing, and intriguing plot twists. This book was effortless to [...]


    2. 3.5 Ottawa March 2017A fast easy, who done it, read. A little bit far fetched, but found it fast and engaging.Small-town reporter Vince Marshall faces looming deadlines, an over-the-edge boss, a wife he suspects is cheating, and the challenge of balancing his career while raising a toddler. He is covering the story of a woman who has just committed suicide by jumping off the Cliff. (along Lake Superior). The case is being covered by his best friend, Gord, and while he investigates the tent that [...]


    3. Superior readStory moved quickly and could identify with the characters. A fast read. Good description of northern Michigan and lake superior.



    4. Good finish.Nice story with a surprise ending. Worth considering as light, summer reading. Lots of twists and turns for the reader.


    5. Fast paced story and enjoyable readI gave Superior a 4 rating because of story had no side stories. It was a quick mystery that I had figured out early. When Vince was told by the chief to stop pursuing his story, it became pretty clear the chief was kidding something from Vince.This was a quick read I was able to get through in one day.While it does not have a great deal of suspense it does keep you involved with Vince, as he refuses to give up his story.


    6. I liked this book a lot. It was a quick read with a number of surprising plot twists, even though there were times when I wanted to take the protagonist by the shoulders and give him a good shaking for being such a bonehead. For that matter, I was similarly exasperated by his less than understanding wife--although admittedly she had quite a lot to put up with.


    7. Loved. ItEnough action to keep my interest without being overly complicated. I appreciate the clean language, happily married couple with a child, no sex scenes, & believable characters. It was a little predictable in a few places, but overall, a good read.




    8. Easy readingBook held your interest interest and you couldn't wait to find out more. Kept you in suspense and guessing where it would take you.



    9. Not so much to my taste. Read more like a screenplay than a book, with so much focus on the dialog, rather than description. Setting played virtually no part in the story. May give one more a try.



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