Meet “The Hand of Covexa”. Rising pharma-powerhouse Eric Kowal carries on a life of corruption and betrayal. When a frustrating neurological disorder forces a bond with his co-conspirator, a colleague he’d initially exploited, he must keep the potential backlash at bay as unthinkable repercussions begin homing in from all directions. How far will he go to keep his demons from throwing his life into chaos?
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Monica Shepard wrote her first full-length novel at the age of twelve. And threw it away.
This would be the first of many attempts which would see no further development; this perfectionist hasn’t changed her ways since that first novel – until now. This time she’s taking the plunge and sharing her insatiable curiosity for humanity and a bottomless empathy that she hopes to extend to her readers. All works are based loosely upon actual events and seasoned with stunning inventiveness. Her stream-of-consciousness writing-style will give you an unparalleled, up-close-and-personal experience.
A civil litigation paralegal by day, Monica also creates “blawg” posts consisting of legal research and content that reflects real-life personal injury cases (read her weekly articles on Attorney Donald Woodbine’s website). Her fiction, on the other hand, stems from a compulsive desire to learn and a chaotic imagination that often distracts her at the wrong time. Her heart is drawn to mainstream-fiction with strong plots.
Monica is a Rhode Island native, presently situated in West Warwick, who comes from a large family of musicians and other likeminded artists, including her young, virtuoso-pianist son and amateur-comedian husband.
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