Napear holds book signing at Starlight Diner
By ED FRANKS
Last Wednesday morning, Nadine Napear held a book signing for her second book, “Parallel Lives,” at the Starlight Diner.
Napear’s first book “Journey of a Killer” was reviewed in The Eagle last summer.
“Parallel Lives” is the story about two women leading two separate lives. Elizabeth DelaRosa, the owner of a new magazine, America Weekly, assigns a young reporter to interview a 29-year-old publicly vilified vixen named Judith Ann Bancroft, who is charged with murdering two people: her husband and her stepson/lover’s girlfriend. But Judith Ann agrees to the interview only if it is conducted by Elizabeth, so the former journalist, wanting to uncover the truth behind these transgressions, agrees.
During the course of the interviews, Elizabeth suffers a family crisis. Her ex-husband has kidnapped their daughter, and it is up to Elizabeth to get her back. Once that situation is resolved in a way even she could not have anticipated, she resumes her visits to the prison, only to realize she and her subject are not as different as she first believed. Instead, she learns they have lived parallel lives.
Both books, “Journey of a Killer” and “Parallel Lives,” are available at Book Locker, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Books A Million.