Praise for The Reunion
“The plot, the characters and the setting come together to make ‘The Reunion’ entertaining as all get out. What sets this book apart, however, is the tenderness and poignancy always streaming just below the surface.” —Elizabeth Hilts, author of “Getting in Touch With Your Inner Bitch”
“It’s a page turner, that’s for sure. A really fun read. And what a great movie it would make.” —Laura Fedele, WFUV Radio
Four life-long friends return to their small Southern home town for their 30th high school reunion. A child’s toy is discovered in the home of former classmates, a silly pink swan float last seen with a small child on the day she was discovered dead 40 years earlier. Had one of the old classmates had a hand in her death? Was what was once believed to be a tragic accident actually murder? Amelie had to find out. That small child was her little sister, Elizabeth, and Amelie had always blamed herself for the little girl’s death. She’d been babysitting Elizabeth that day by the river when she slipped away. And if Amelie had to find out, Charlotte Claire, Annie and Timmy had to make sure she did. They’d been there at the river that day too.
Ted CC Odom
Ted CC Odom is a Louisiana native and has a Masters Degree from the University of New Orleans. He is the author of the forthcoming “The Autobiography of No One in Particular” a short story collection based on his childhood in the rural South. He lives in New York City.
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