Let's Get The Predictions Started: Who is The True Murderer?
Concerning All Good People Here; This is a narrative about trying to discover the murderers and bring justice to a crime chain. When a writer becomes obsessed with the connection between his childhood neighbor's unsolved murder and the disappearance of another girl two decades later, he proceeds to unravel his hometown's dark secrets one by one. You have no idea what's going on or what mysteries are hidden behind these four walls. This will be a first in the world of thrillers. At White Rain Book House, we reviewed the book for you.
Ashley Flowers is the founder and CEO of audiochuck, a multi-award-winning independent media and podcast production business noted for its exceptional content and storytelling in genres such as real crime, fiction, and humor. He also hosts and produces a number of audiochuck episodes, including the popular Crime Junkie podcast. Flowers has worked with Parcast to launch and host a number of podcasts, including the number one podcast International Infamy, Very Presidential, and Supernatural with Ashley Flowers.Even his book,All Good People Here Now, transports us on a mysterious journey. Everyone in Wakarusa, Indiana, recalls the famous case of January Jacobs, who was discovered in a ditch a few hours after his family discovered he was missing. Margot Davies was six years old at the time, the same age as Jan, and they lived next door to each other.
Margot grew up, moved, and became a major city journalist in the twenty years that followed. But he's always had the uneasy sensation that it could be him. Worst of all, the murderer in January was never apprehended.Margot feels like she's entered a time capsule when she returns home to care for her uncle after being diagnosed with early-onset dementia. Wakarusa, on the other hand, was precisely like he remembered her: cheerful, overwhelmed, melancholy, and mysterious. Then comes word that Natalie Clark, a five-year-old girl from the next town, has vanished in hauntingly similar circumstances to those in January. Margot pledges to find Natalie, solve the January murder, and discover the link between the deaths as all of her old feelings resurface.However, the police, Natalie's family, and the townspeople all appear to be concealing something. The farther Margot investigates into Natalie's disappearance, the more opposition and pressure she meets, and the more she finds herself unable to move forward with the January investigation. Is January's murderer still alive? Is this the same person who kidnapped Natalie? And how much will it cost to finally learn what happened that night twenty years ago?
We believe that all of our loved ones are innocent and capable of serving as heroes for us, but when it comes to murder and personal interests, you cannot trust anyone, including your family, and you must remain neutral. When Ashley Flowers reveals that she is publishing a book for crime addicts, White Rain Book House will be ready to take orders from all readers. If you enjoy detective novels that are easy to follow and addictive,All the Good People Here is for you.