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Don Jenkins Writes a Gripping Crime Novel about a Young Teenager’s Murder

“Lucy’s Fatal Attraction” unveils the different circumstances and stories of persons involved with Lucy and her murder


When it comes to a murder investigation, nothing is what it seems, and the dead tells unexpected tales!

Don Jenkins masterfully writes a crime fiction story in “Lucy’s Fatal Attraction” in the perspective of a detective’s watchful eye. Detective Brad Ferguson is the person assigned to the case, and readers will get to see the story behind the murder unfold as Detective Ferguson tries to sort out the evidence and the stories of the persons involved in the life of a girl named Lucy Dunson.
Readers will get to know the characters intimately as the pages turn in this masterfully written book. Bit by interesting bit of information at every turn of the page will leave the readers wanting to dig up more and investigate on the persons whose lives had intertwined with that of Lucy Dunson. A person of interest springs up from chapter to chapter, and another revelation complicates the plot.
This will be a delightfully engrossing book for millenials and young readers who love detective works and crime fiction literature. Nothing is what is seems in this story, and everyone is considered a suspect until the case is solved. More than the resolution of the case, the readers will be brought to the idyllic world of Eugene, Oregon and the beauty and dark secrets this town holds. A suspect readers may have in mind at the beginning may be innocent after all! Lucy, a young and attractive teenager, may also have more to her than being a precocious student. One thing is certain, expect the unexpected in Don Jenkins’ book “Lucy’s Fatal Attraction.”
“Lucy’s Fatal Attraction” is recommended to readers who love unexpected twists, intrigues and mysteries as ingredients of a crime fiction story. The book will not disappoint and will deliver the excitement and  wll give the fatal blow to unsuspecting readers. This will be one of the many great finds readers will discover on the shelves in the upcoming 2018 New York Rights Fair which will be happening on May 30 to June 1, 2018. Mark those calendars and get a copy!
Lucy’s Fatal Attraction
Written by: Don Jenkins
Date published: August 5, 2016
Published by: XLibris
Paperback price: $19.99
About the Author
The author is a latecomer to the game of book writing. His name is Donald Jenkins, and he is retired at the age of seventy-six. He lives with his wife, Sharon, in Eugene, Oregon. At the age of fourteen, Donald left the family home and was basically homeless. Back then, it was called being a hobo. It was just too crowded and noisy at the family den. There was animosity between him and his parents. Many years later, that animosity was resolved, and they had friendly relations until their deaths. At the age of seventeen, Donald joined the United States Air Force. He was honorably discharged four years later. It was a growing-up experience for him. Some may say he never did completely grow up.

Donald met and married Sharon Streeter in Havre, Montana, while on duty there. They have been married for fifty-eight years. They have three sons and two grandchildren. Donald spent most of his life in the billboard business. In the very beginning, he was that guy up on a billboard with a brush, pasting the paper to the sign. In short, he was a bill poster. This was for a short period of one year. He moved on to sales and advertising to local merchants.

After ten years of sales and management for others, he started his own company. This adventure included leasing land to build structures on. It also involved getting the sign structures built. This was a job where he was personally involved in the role of general contractor. Once the sign was built, it was his duty to find advertisers for the new space. Over the years, he interacted with hundreds of people.

In 2012 Donald sold his billboard interests to other billboard companies. He now spends his time bike riding, getting his weekly massage, and visiting with his now-grown grandchildren, Christina and Anthony. When completely free from writing, visiting, biking, he can be found in his garden backyard, smoking his favorite cigar, Cuesta-Rey Aristocrat. He is a man of few ambitions.

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