Eleanor's life is rushing headlong towards the falls. Can she find a way to save herself?
A modern immorality tale wrapped around a whodunnit set in a no-name Northern English post-industrial town, NIAGARA is the first release of the Pankhearst Singles Club. Small, but perfectly formed.
Evangeline Jennings is an unreliable narrator. She tells lies for fun and profit. Mostly fun.
If Evangeline was a song - and she'd really like to be, she'd be "Public Image" by PiL or possibly "You Don't Own Me" by Lesley Gore.
Born and raised in Liverpool, where they invented football and popular music, she now lives in Austin, Texas. The black sheep of her family, she comes from a long line of Californian beauty queens on her mother's side. As she so often says, Northern Scum, Southern Belle.
Evangeline watches an awful lot of movies and TV. During the break she cooks popcorn and writes stories about revenge.
"The first installment in the Pankhearst Singles Club series, this 'novel in 10,000 words' is a grimly powerful dark whodunnit, absolutely not for everyone (trigger warnings for rape, violence and domestic
abuse) but nevertheless distinctive, disturbing and impossible to put
down." -- For Books' Sake
"I call it a horror story, because that’s what it is, I have no idea how Jennings wrote such a simple yet compelling, complex piece , but then,
that’s why I’m addicted to her writing." -- Sabotage Reviews