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'Death and Obsession' on the shores of Northern Ontario lake

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Mar 04, 2014 - 2:39 PM |
 Local authors Susan Lee and Reggie Caverson recently released a psychological thriller called “Death and Obsession.” Supplied photo.

Local authors Susan Lee and Reggie Caverson recently released a psychological thriller called “Death and Obsession.” Supplied photo.

Local authors Susan Lee and Reggie Caverson recently released a psychological thriller called “Death and Obsession.”

The book, published by Xlibris, weaves together two lethal ingredients for a heart-stopping mystery novel that is sure to keep readers guessing until the very end.

While reflective of legal systems and processes, the characters and plot are figments of the authors’ imaginations. The novel is set against a backdrop of wealth and glamour and explores lives gone rogue.

Detectives Powell and Hopkins conduct an investigation into a suspicious death on a remote lake in Northern Ontario. The officers delve into the twisted lives of four suspects, all of whom could be guilty.

These individuals neither respect nor follow societal norms. The story involves love, lust and obsession; deceit, lies and extramarital affairs; jealousy, revenge and stalking, and explores sociopathic behaviours culminating in murder – or is it?

Lee and Caverson are also the authors of an earlier work called “It’s A Metaphysical World: Extraordinary Stories from Everyday Life.”

Susan Lee was born in New Zealand, worked in the legal field and currently attends university. She and her husband live in Sudbury.

Australian born Reggie Caverson is the executive director of Workforce Planning Sudbury-Manitoulin and a private consultant in mental health and addictions. She has two adult children and lives in Sudbury.

The book is available in hard cover, soft cover and ebook online through Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com. It's also available at Chapters in Sudbury.

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