The Wedding Gift

Humor, Mystery & Thrillers, Romance

By Kathleen McKenna

Publisher : Night Publishing

ABOUT Kathleen McKenna

Kathleen McKenna
I am a transplanted Alaskan who spent twelve years on my first paragraph and now live and write in the opposite kind of desert - in New Mexico.

I have written eight novels to date and recently nearly lost all eight when my laptop and my back-up drive failed simultaneously. All More...


Kathleen McKenna's explosive third novel 'The Wedding Gift' excels in so many categories it defies them all.

It is a spine-electrifying supernatural tale where a huge Southern States mansion contains one of the most terrifying, violent and indeed psychopathic ghosts to haunt any town.

It is also a murder mystery - why did Robina Willets apparently kill all five of her young children, and her husband, before stabbing herself to death?

And, if you are in the camp of believing that 'justice .... just is not', then this will have you frothing at the mouth with righteous social fury.

Add to that the vision of two exceptionally beautiful girls lying on a landing stage in the middle of a secluded lake, sleeping naked in the sun ....

.... and then see if you can find any consecutive ten minutes in this book when you don't at least snicker at the heroine Leeann's sly, caustic, sometimes-knowing sometimes 'too stupid to live' commentary.

I saw a huge house in New Orleans and the story just came from there. I fancied some light relief from writing my heavier books about Charles Manson and the Jonestown Massacre

"Several times in the 'The Wedding Gift' Kathleen McKenna has the narrator bursting out with phrases like 'Oh shoot, hell yeah, he was grinning like an egg suck dog' or words to that affect. Well, that was me she was describing throughout the book, grinning like an egg suck dog. I don't know what one of those might be, but I sure want to be one," Tim Roux, author of 'Missio' and 'The Dance of the Pheasodile'.