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The Point of Fracture
A troubled woman, bent on revenge, implicates her husband, his family, and a Southern community in an unsolvable murder. With its swift prose and shrewd insight, The Point of Fracture is both a gripping page-turner about a perfect crime and a poignant portrait of the human psyche.
Paperback, 250 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by MacAdam/Cage Publishing
(first published 2005)
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This was a strange but intriguing murder mystery set in Fairhope, Alabama. The main character Michael is plagued by his own inertia until his wife changes everything for him and his family. The short chapters read almost like police reports, and the entire plot lends credence to the possibility of being convicted for a murder you didn't commit.
Another great literary thriller from Frank Turner Hollon who is fast becoming one of my favorite authors. Terrific writing, layers and layers for the reader to unfold. Unique plot and very well written characters. He deserves to be read by a wider audience. Very highly recommended.
Frank Turner Hollon, a talented author, has works that vary from suspenseful novels, to short stories, to children’s books. Frank Hollon was born on July 24th, 1963 in Huntsville, Alabama. Although born in Alabama, Hollon soon became a Louisiana native when he moved to Slidell, Louisiana, or as he says “the ugliest town in America,” when he was 5 years old. Hollon attended Slidell High School and ...moreMore about Frank Turner Hollon...