Item description for Agnes Hahn by Richard Satterlie...
At the age of four, Agnes Hahn went to live with her great aunts Gert and Ella. Gert is now deceased, and Ella is in anursing home in the advanced stages of Alzheimer's. Agnes's life is mundane; her work at the animal shelter routine---untilshe is arrested for a string of unimaginably heinous murders. Driven by the opportunity to write a bestseller, reporter Jason Powerscovers the killings and soon uncovers a tangle of Hahn family secrets including one about Agnes's mysterious twin sister. Just when Powers is breaking through Ella's dementia to put together the puzzle behind the carnage, Ella is murdered.Nowmotivated by the family's unanswered questions, Powers strives to discover the truth about Agnes, her aunts, and the mysteries that surround them.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.7" Width: 4.1" Height: 1.2" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2008
Publisher Medallion Press
ISBN 1933836458 ISBN13 9781933836454
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of May 30, 2017 07:49.
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More About Richard Satterlie
Richard Satterlie is a biology professor and the author of "Phoenix "and "Something Bad. "He lives in Wilmington, North Carolina.
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exciting psychological suspense thriller Aug 7, 2008
Three decades ago when she was four years old, Agnes Hahn moved in with her Great-Aunts Gert and Ella. Now years later, six months after placing Ella in an Alzheimer's home and the next day burying Gert, she heads to work at an animal shelter near Mendocino while thinking about the Voice that has always been with her. At the shelter stood Police officers Steve Wilson and Loreen Didier; Agnes thinks highly of these two cops and other law enforcement as they go after animal abusers. However this time they handcuff her and read her rights to her; the charge is three monstrous murders in the first degree. Detective Bransome drills her, but Agnes insists she was home the nights of the murder as she does not drive in the dark
Newspaper reporter Jason Powers covers the homicides for the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, but also sees a bestselling true crime book. He makes inquiries into the Hahn family, uncovering a stunner; the accused Agnes has an identical twin, Lilin. However, he finds another strange spin, but before he can pursue it with Ella, her brother Eddie murders her only to have someone kill him with the evidence exclusively condemning Agnes. Shocked Jason feels if he can find the answer to the one question that has eluded him, he will have solved the case; why did Gert and Ella only raise Agnes?
Each time Jason and the audience feel they solved the case; Richard Satterlie spins it in another direction with a stunning twist. The story line contains investigative and police procedural elements, but is predominantly a psychological thriller. Agnes will hook readers who get inside her head and learn her value system is structured around good and bad people as she perceives them. Although others like psychologist Dr. Leahy, Detective Bransome and reporter Powers are fully developed characters, the insightful discerning glimpse at the title protagonist makes for a strong tale.