Assassination of a Love Story
First, somebody murdered Jackie's son Jordan. Then her husband Eddy, a journalist who aspired to be famous, was killed for investigating their teenage boy’s death. Other than the memories of her dysfunctional marriage, all that remains of Jackie's family is her late husband's case file, a collection of evidence that reveals why somebody would kill Jordan.
Since Jackie can't bring her family back to life, she revives Eddy's investigation instead. Even if it leads to her demise, she follows her husband’s trail, where she discovers the inner workings of a deadly international spy network.
As therapy to help her mourn her losses and deal with the gravity of investigating a global conspiracy, she rekindles her love for her husband by writing letters, saying what she never told him when he was alive. Inevitably, these letters and the renewed investigation not only lead to Jackie's self-discovery; they uncover why somebody killed the two most important men in her life.
Murdering Our Memory
E Foster B tells the heartbreaking story of Johnny, who desperately tries to make the most of his second chance at life after being released from prison. In the struggle to overcome the tough odds that an ex-felon faces back in society, Johnny discovers quickly that a second chance doesn’t exist, and that freedom actually never truly exists again. When he recognizes that he can’t run away from his past, he decides to destroy it. In his destructive rage, he meets others that are imprisoned by their past too. Johnny ultimately recognizes that everybody lives an ongoing prison sentence, except some people are locked behind white picket fences and are serving a life sentence for their family secrets.
The Xperience Factory's Sucket List
The Xperience Factory’s Sucket List is the manifestation of a surging underground movement ignited by Coop, a suicidal man who feels alive only when he attempts to kill himself.
Published as an annual catalog for the premier business specializing in arranging extraordinary adventures, Coop’s evolution from a couch potato to a legendary daredevil is chronicle through each advertisement of its top fifteen ventures and its customers’ reviews. Within this book, the fourth wall separating the readers from the characters is torn down page by page. Without this usual barrier, readers go beyond just taking in a novel; they become part of the phenomena motivating millions to live their best lives.
While Coop’s story of reclaiming happiness and rediscovering his soul is uniquely death-defying and bold, readers still end up relating to his struggles because they, too, grapple with the same struggles in their own lives. Readers find a kindred spirit in Coop and the other characters that made The Xperience Factory through this connection.
For these reasons, it is not a surprise that after so many consume this groundbreaking read, they join the movement and take on incredible journeys themselves, creating their own life-worthy experiences.