June 24, 2022

Neighborhood Watch

 


Neighborhood Watch

by Kevin Patrick Kenealy

Genre: Thriller

"Superb characters headline this chilling, slow-burn crime tale," Kirkus Reviews

"Thoroughly enjoyable with just the right amount of suspense." - Readers Favorite

"This gripping story of a sinister small-town secret will keep you on the edge of your seat! It's completely unforgettable." - Reedsy


When the Caseys move into affluent Ridgeport, Ill. in search of a better life for their newborn Scott, they are surprised to find a book entitled, Ridgeport Welcomes You: Procedures and Guidelines for Happy Living. The book is full of rules and ordinances that citizens must abide by in order to live in their happy neighborhood. Although mom Loretta Casey is hesitant to live by Ridgeport’s strict rules, all that changes when she meets her neighbor Sue Ellen Norris.

Sue Ellen serves on the Neighborhood Watch Committee, overseeing the safety of the town, and Loretta becomes engrossed in Sue Ellen’s addictive personality. But as Loretta’s son Scott and Sue Ellen’s son Matt grow, they discover that Ridgeport is not as perfect as their moms make it out to be. As Scott and Matt form their band of friends, their journeys into the neighborhood woods prove to be much more than just a place of refuge.


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Kevin Patrick Kenealy is in his seventh-year teaching AP Literature, English, and Journalism to high school students. Before that, he wrote for Chicagoland newspapers, where he had the privilege to interview several famous people including Barack Obama, former Illinois governors Jim Edgar, Rod Blagojevich, and Pat Quinn. He also has published two books of poetry, 20 Something and Faith Journey, and the horror novel, Life and Death.


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4 comments:

  1. What an intriguing concept! Neighborhoods like that do tend to hide things.

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  2. The book sounds very interesting. I can't wait to read it.

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  3. Reminds me of stranger things for some reason.

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  4. Small town secrets can be killing.

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