White Oaks

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Pub Date 30 May 2019 | Archive Date 30 Jan 2020

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Aimee Trapnell reluctantly leaves her apartment on Manhattan’s Central Park West to return to her childhood home in Georgia for her father’s ninetieth birthday. Also on hand are her two brothers, wily Marsh and ne’er-do-well Trainor. With a forty-billion-dollar inheritance at stake, they’re willing to do whatever it takes to make the old man happy.

To their shock, they learn that what their father wants for his birthday is to kill someone. He doesn’t care who it is. He just wants to know what it’s like to commit murder.

Betrayal, double-dealing, and fast-paced action set the Trapnells on a collision course with an unexpected villain. Their journey takes them from the swamps of Georgia, to Italy’s glittering Amalfi coast, to rugged Yellowstone National Park.

Aimee Trapnell reluctantly leaves her apartment on Manhattan’s Central Park West to return to her childhood home in Georgia for her father’s ninetieth birthday. Also on hand are her two brothers...


Advance Praise

“An ingeniously dark comic thriller about greed, gluttony and murder that is destined for the big screen.” –Best Thrillers

“…a darkly humorous novel that would make a hysterical movie.” –Authors Reading

“White Oaks is a roller-coaster of a novel that will have you both gasping and laughing on a rollicking wild ride.” –Andrew MacRae, Darkhouse Books

“An ingeniously dark comic thriller about greed, gluttony and murder that is destined for the big screen.” –Best Thrillers

“…a darkly humorous novel that would make a hysterical movie.” –Authors...


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A dark, and funny thriller. That would be great as a movie. Starring people like Sean penn, or Simon pegg

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White Oaks is a humorous dark thriller. A great storyline and well developed characters. Well written and entertaining.

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This is a well written book and the characters are very well drawn and likable. However the story itself is somewhat unbelievable but still very entertaining.

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