The Demise Of The Soccer Moms (A Suburban Noir novel)
Haunted by fear after witnessing a brutal attack on her mother and the disintegration of her parents' marriage, Amy Lewis is determined to protect her own marriage from even the hint of a threat. Her fears for the safety of herself and her twin daughters are enflamed when a woman in her neighborhood is murdered.
Charlotte Whittington simply wants a safe neighborhood for her daughter, and a second chance to follow her dream of expressing her artistic vision through photography. She quickly realizes that she's forgotten how stifling suburbia can be.
Troubled by worries that her son is doomed to remain an outsider because he hates soccer, frustrated that her husband doesn't share her concern, Rachel seeks solace in her friends. When the close-knit group of soccer moms starts to unravel, she is forced to choose between the man she loves and her best friend.
In a world where suburban women, tormented by obsessive fears for their children, are on a collision course, who will survive?
Suburban Noir -- where the mundane is menacing.
- D2C Perspectives, December 2010
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