The Crumpled Note
List Price: 6.99
Available: December 2013
It is a busy weekend in Capital City. The Capital City Inn is full.
A note is found. It indicates that a relationship is having problems.
But who wrote the note? Was it the Governor or his lady friend from Argentina? Was it the finance manager or the investment banker? Was it either of the authors? How does it affect the housekeeper? This romantic comedy explores how misinterpretations affect relationships. A crumpled note found one morning in the elevator reads, “I’ve had it, I’m through with you, and your family.” Will the relationships in this story survive the misinterpretations spurred by this note?
Sheila Behn is an accountant. She was born and raised in Chicago, and currently lives in Oak Brook, IL. She is an expert in the analysis of Shakespearean plays and has traveled around the world. She has two children. This is her first novel.
Keith Corey is an accountant. He was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago. He then moved to Oregon and California for a number of years before returning to Illinois. He now lives in Arlington Heights, IL.
He has run ten marathons in addition to many other running and biking events. This is his first novel.