Publisher Description

Danny Callaway knows who killed his sister. His testimony sends Kevin Green to prison, but did he really do it? Kevin enters prison innocent, but emerges a hardened criminal bent on revenge.

Soon the people Danny loves start dying. Danny must finish the job he started years ago, even if it means sacrificing a second chance at love.

"A tale of failed justice, vengeance, and love. A wrongful conviction spawns death down through the years. Both tragic and hopeful, Two Wrongs engages the reader's emotions. I very much enjoyed TWO WRONGS." -- Barbara D’Amato is a past president of Mystery Writers of America and of Sisters in Crime, author of the Cat Marsala mystery series, as well as several standalone novels.

"The author vividly describes the conflict between love and revenge that threatens to tear apart the main character in TWO WRONGS. She does an excellent job of swinging between the two main viewpoints and captures the changes in the characters as they progress from young men to mature adults. She never focuses too long on either character so the tension is not lost, bringing the reader along for the ride. The research is unobtrusive to the plot line and the detailing of Chicago settings give a veracity to the story." -- Martha Powers is a freelance editor, author of the thrillers, Sunflower & Bleeding Heart, as well as several romance novels.

Mysteries & Thrillers
December 10
Morgan Mandel
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Shortbudsgirl45 ,

What a find

This book took me away to a simpler time. I fell in love with it.

Diamond of the Rockies ,

Two Wrong

I was hooked on the mystery of the murders. Liked the ending where victim made the right decision away from revenge.

Mamahasmojo ,


Disappointed. The reviews had me expecting an entirely different read. This is a "ripped shirt" romance novel with a run of the mill mystery thrown in. The book was written in 2006 so one would think errors would have been corrected. For example, the author cannot decide if a character's name is Brad or Bart. I also got tired of reading the same descriptions over and over. I actually growled when I read "her sparkling strawberry curls" for what felt like the millionth time.