Over to Margaret:
I was born and raised in Southern California and moved to San Francisco in 1991. I currently reside there with my husband. I am the grandniece of Irish author Benedict Kiely and the second cousin of Irish author Sharon Owens.
I have one published novel, Doppelganger Experiment and two flash fiction stories for Bay Area artist Kenny Mencher (The Welcome Home and Untitled-Luke N. Goode).
Having lived in San Francisco for twenty years, it just seemed natural to use the City as my setting. It’s a wonderful and eclectic city that offers so much for even the overnight visitor (however I recommend at least 4 days to get the full feel of the City). I tried to depict the city as it is; I find so many writers ‘rush’ when using the city as their setting, leaving the reader without any actual ‘feel’ for it.
|Sunset over the Golden Gate Bridge|
After more than four weeks in a coma, Jane woke up to find several things wrong; she didn’t remember the last three years, she was married to a man she didn’t know, and frightening dreams were infiltrating her sleep. But were they dreams or memories?
As she struggles to recapture a life she doesn’t remember she discovers clues that lead to flashes of memories and the discovery of horrific experiments that end in murder... and something worse than murder.
A psychological thriller based in San Francisco.