BOOK REVIEW

MISS CORPUS - CLAY MCLEOD CHAPMAN

Will Colby has just returned to his Virginia home after serving in the Merchant Marines.  However, he was in for a shock.  His wife was dead on the kitchen floor.  It just so happens that Will promised her a honeymoon and he was still determined to take the trip.  He placed her remains in travel coolers and headed south. 

Phil Winter's teenage soon was found at the bottom of a swamp.  He apparently lost control of his van during an asthma attack.  Phil recovered his son's decomposed scull and left on a trip to New York.  He and his son had planned the trip some time ago.  They were hoping the trip would bring them closer.

Along the way, there are many strange things that happen such as seeing a boy with an ear of corn attached to his deformed arm and a son of a motel owner who manipulates car accidents for profit. 

Little did these two know that their destinies would be crashing together on I-95.

The author surely has a huge imagination to write this book.  This is Clay McLeod Chapman's first novel.  The plot is full of suspense and really keeps you guessing as to what these two will do next.  This book is unique - not like one that you have read before.  This is an interesting book to read especially if you like plots that are eerie and full of imagination! 


NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AUTHOR, NANCY EATON

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