Confessions writer Amy Crosby has put her life on hold for
the last seven years after the disappearance of her
husband, Dan. In writing for "True Lies Magazine," guilt-
ridden Amy takes on the abilities her fictional characters
confess to, such as the time she thought she was psychic
after researching clairvoyants. With fatalistic acceptance
of the craziness in her life, she uses humor to cope; but
when the home Dan bought for them is about to be
foreclosed, her only answer is his having him declared
legally dead and using his life insurance policy. Her home
is safe--that is, until she receives a blackmail note.
Equal parts mystery and humor, this novel is sure to keep
readers guessing--and laughing--until the end.