CAPITAL MURDER IMBROGLIO is a SMALL book with big suspense!

Ginger Brookover
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APERTURE ART

Author, landscape photographer, public speaker. 


Writing as a Journey

Brookover As Writer

   The author of STORM PATH, a novel based on historic events surrounding the 1925 Tri State Tornado and its link to a tornado in north central West Virginia, Brookover will be releasing her second work of fiction, CAPITAL MURDER IMBROGLIO in late 2017. 

   As a college teacher for more than two and a half decades Brookover continues to teach a variety of classes through West Virginia University OLLI. 

   She is available as a public speaker and accepts commissioned work in landscape photography. 


  

My writing roots

With an emphasis on story telling throughout her teaching career, Brookover is pursuing writing with the same enthusiasm evidenced by award winning teaching that revolved around story telling as a tool to facilitate interest and understanding. 

My style

Suspense is the heart of writing. Whether the reader is anticipating a solution to events surrounding a murder or resolution to suffering in the midst of a natural disaster, Brookover lures the reader into the lives of characters who could easily reside next door. The mystery within the stories is character driven. 

Contact the Author

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Email: ginger.brookover@gmail.com


Facebook:Ginger Brookover

Twitter: Roadtripgal1950


Aperture Art

Capital Murder Imbroglio

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Trade paperback

Capital Murder Imbroglio is filled with twists and turns that puzzle the most sophisticated reader. The pieces come together in the end with a surprise disclosure about the characters, their history, and the death of Marvin Field in a hotel garage. 

Storm Path

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Hardback

Follow the path of the deadliest tornado in the history of the United States. Relive the trauma of hundreds of families who were at the heart of the 1925 disaster.