The Interloper

by Antoine Wilson

The Interloper

Paperback, 260 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $13.95 | purchase

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His hopes for a loving and stable family shattered by the brutal random murder of his brother-in-law, Owen Patterson becomes obsessed with further punishing the incarcerated killer by sending him letters by a fictional woman with the intent of breaking the man's heart. Original. A first novel.


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When the murderer of his brother-in-law receives a lenient prison sentence, Owen Patterson seeks revenge on behalf of his brokenhearted wife and in-laws. Under the pseudonym of Lily Hazleton, Owen begins writing letters to the killer, determined to woo him, then break his heart. Despite this misguided attempt at justice, there's something oddly heroic about his scheme — haven't we all wanted to exact revenge against those who hurt the ones we love? But Owen's plans backfire horribly, and his

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