Jordan Bollinger writes woman's fiction and light, suspense romances for women looking for inspiration from her heroines -- who illustrate the possibilities of being both strong , yet good-natured and loyal.
The Saga of Lizzie and Emma Borden
Although this is a fictionalized account, it is based on well-known and excepted facts; rumors and inuendos that have lasted almost a century and a quarter, witness accounts and trial testimony.
All these elements have been woven into a riveting story of the violent murders of a elderly couple, in their own home one summer morning; and the ensuing aftermath
Book One of Manchester Women
Meg Strong decides to agree to her father's extraordinary bargain to travel to Iowa and marry an old school friend, in order to pay ff her father's debt, deciding that anything would be better than moving with himto her brother's farm, where she'd be used and abused by her family.
However, she soon discovers Iowa has its own problems. Luckily, most ot the people of Manchester are good people -- people sho want to help someone left virtually stranded in a strange place. She also learns thaat no matter how many good people are around, there are evil ones too. And when she suspects the worst of someone from her past, she placed her friends, as well as herself, in danger.
Will she be able to protect the innocent, while obtaining justice for the guilty?