A riveting novel from first page to last, "Jennifer's
Plan" by Don Meyer is the story of Jennifer Cerriety
and Harold Seaweather, two people who find themselves
caught up in desperate struggle for survival and its
aftermath in a harrowing encounter with Big Jim
Colbert and his boys. Even having survived her ordeal,
there may be no justice — unless Jennifer calls in
the only man she knows who might be able to do
something about what's happened. Original, superbly
crafted, replete with memorable characters and even
more memorable events, "Jennifer's Plan" is a
masterpiece of narrative storytelling and a highly
recommended addition to community library collections
and supplemental reading lists.
Small Press Bookwatch: January 2008
James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
Midwest Book Review
“I enjoyed this as a good read… Good Story, many great characters and a neat, out of the box ending to the story."
If you like tales with a different premise for the
plot, you'll enjoy Jennifer's Plan. A law student's
passage through a small town takes her through another
kind of passage with her only hope to stay alive is by
using her wits.
Jennifer Cerriety gets into big trouble when she gets
lost on her way to Harpers Crossing. Thought to be
someone who is there to cause trouble for the locals,
a group of men decide to teach her a lesson at one of
She is kidnapped from her car and thrown into the
company of a black boy also taken captive by these
men. Soon it becomes obvious that whatever they have
planned for Jennifer will include this boy, Harold
Talented author Don Meyer gives the reader a look into
the baser type of personalities in a small town and
those with decency and kindness as the story unwinds.
Will Jennifer and Harold survive the night? Will they
seek revenge on their tormenters? How? Who are these
men and what is the purpose of their meetings?
Realistic characters bring the story alive and you'll
like them or dislike them as you read. Through this
very able writer's description, you'll feel as if
you've visited this small town and met the
inhabitants. This is a tale that could have been
taken from the newspapers.
Recommended to any reader of thrillers or stories of
the darker side of human nature and what they're
capable of. You'll come away with a fuller
understanding of evil.
Enjoy. I did.
Anne K. Edwards
Author of Death on Delivery
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