Today we have sixty minutes of radio with two very special guests. Authors Julia Diana Robertson and Cate Holahan.
Cate Holahan: "The Widower's Wife": Ana Bacon, a young housewife, tumbles off a cruise ship into the dark and deadly waters, but did she take her secrets with her?
Investigator Ryan Monahan is a numbers man. So when his company sends him the Bacon case, which could net a ten million dollar payout, Monahan doubts that her death is just a tragic accident. But the husband has a substantial alibi and a number of witnesses claim to have seen Ana fall. So the official ruling seems to be substantiated.
Still, the more Monahan uncovers about Ana’s life, the more he realizes how many people would kill to keep her secrets hidden. And the closer he gets to the truth, the greater the odds grow that he, too, will take a fatal fall.
Julia Diana Robertson: "Beyond The Screen Door": There are dark secrets hidden behind closed doors in the small Washington State town of Hoquiam and the neighborhood has been content to keep those secrets hidden. In the summer of 1945 loner Nora Lee Sutter receives a terrifying message, pushing the already quiet girl further into isolation. The only person she allows into her private world is her close friend (her only friend) Joanne Waterman. Their friendship becomes a beguiling seduction as the town’s secrets begin to unravel.