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Published on Feb 19, 2015
In 1992, two stories dominated the American media: Amy Fisher and Walker Roe.
Amy Fisher, a teenager who was having an affair with a middle-aged garage owner, shot her lover’s wife. Walker Roe, an award-winning animator who had served time in prison for counterfeiting, found himself at the center of a new scandal that barely had a chance to emerge before he was murdered.
The world has always wanted to know the inside secrets surrounding the mysterious life and death of Walker Roe. And now, with the discovery of his long-lost journals—on which this novel is based—we finally will.
Author Everett De Morier is the writer and editor of the online magazine 543skills.com. He is also the author of CRIB NOTES FOR THE FIRST YEAR OF MARRIAGE: A Survival Guide for Newlyweds, and CRIB NOTES FOR THE FIRST YEAR OF FATHERHOOD: A Survival Guide for New Fathers. De Morier has appeared on CNN, Fox News Network, The Extra Help Channel, PBS, and others. Excerpts from De Morier’s books have appeared in The New York Times and affiliates, The London Times and affiliates, and more than twenty-five Gannett newspapers. He has written articles for In-Fisherman, Florida Keys, Bride, Parenting, and other magazines. De Morier is an Amazon.UK bestseller and a Backlist Publisher’s Weekly bestseller.
He is also the author of the plays Dover: A Christmas Story, A Gift to Remember, The Loockerman Letter, The Mollywood Tree and Finding Sergio. Thirty-three Cecils is his first novel.
Everett De Morier lives in Dover, Delaware, with his wife and two children.