MECHANICSBURG, Pa. – Jan. 26, 2016 – PRLog — Sunbury Press has released Rabid Philanderers, Inc., Nancy Williams’ suspense thriller with a romantic twist.
Mark Ohlnick believes he is living the quintessential American dream: dog in the yard, cushy office job, a beautiful wife, and a great group of friends. Until Stan, Mark’s neighbor, makes him question just how happy his little bubble really is, not to mention the realization that his marriage may not be as perfect as he thought.
After a wild party at his friend Jeremy’s house, Mark is faced with deep temptation and the fear of getting caught. Telling himself that he really doesn’t want to hurt his wife and just needs a little excitement in his life, he takes Stan’s advice and hires Rabid Philanderers Inc., a high-tech surveillance company claiming to save marriages—by facilitating an affair. Little does he know that a whirlwind of trouble and grief is about to ensue. Mark must work hard to right his wrongs and undo the deadly mess that Vesta Rae Stubianski, the mysterious and beautiful woman who runs RPh Inc., has unleashed on Mark and his circle of friends before it’s too late.
A suspense thriller that doesn’t take itself too seriously, Rabid Philanderers, Inc. offers a raw twist on infidelity and the dangers of taking love for granted.
She’s faking it.
Hunched between his wife’s legs, Mark looked down and glimpsed something he didn’t like. Mickey had her eyes open; normally they were closed during sex. They stared past him, fixed and blank. Worse than that was her recovery when she realized he was looking at her. She blinked and then uttered a loud groan bordering on a yodel. This performance was followed by a boisterous exclamation: “Oh, wow!”
She’s faking it.
Mark finished and rolled onto his side. He stole a glance at Mick. She was staring at the ceiling while at the same time tidying herself up with a Kleenex. Standard procedure.
“Everything all right?” he asked.
She tossed him a smile. “Sure—that was great, babe. How are you?”
“Good. You just seemed a little distracted there at the end.”
She rose and stepped into a pair of pink panties. She didn’t need to put on her shirt because she’d never taken it off. She’d quit bothering with that years ago. Standard procedure.
She shrugged. “Well, I was a little, I guess. I can’t get my novel out of my head. The protagonist is kind of a dick, but I want him to be a sympathetic character, too. I’m just trying to wrap my mind around him.”
He swung his legs off the bed. “So if you call out the wrong name, I shouldn’t worry?”
She laughed, pulling on faded jeans. Gave him the thumbs up. “Right!”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Nancy Williams is a 1990 graduate of Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa with a BA in English. Her first novel, Hawkmoon, was published by Loon In Balloon, Inc., a Canadian press, in 2009. They also purchased her second novel, Grace, in 2010 but never released it. Hawkmoon was a finalist for the 2010 Colorado Humanities Book Award. Grace won first prize in the Historical Fiction category at the Pikes Peak Writer’s Conference Paul Gillette Writer’s Contest.
Rabid Philanderers, Inc.
Authored by Nancy Williams
List Price: $16.95
6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on Cream paper
Sunbury Press, Inc.
BISAC: Fiction / Thrillers
Also available on Kindle
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