Title: The Suicide Gene
Author: C.J. Zahner
She thought they were her siblings. By the time she realized they weren’t, one of them was dead.
Doctor Emma Kerr had no right counseling them. Adopted and her birth records lost, she believed she was born a McKinney. Her face, intelligence, and depression resembled theirs. For years people mistook her for their sister. So she devised a plan. What begins as a scheme to counsel the McKinney family and determine if they are blood relatives quickly causes Emma to wonder if she had truly done the manipulating. Is someone following her?
Now Emma clamors to escape the McKinney world of domination and deception. Is she Mathew McKinney’s sister? She can’t be. Is he in love with her? He can’t be. Then how do he and his sisters know more about her than she knows herself? This is a game to them. Is the game suicide? Or murder?
A burning psychological mystery that starts with just a handful of pieces about a family after suicide takes another member. As the story progresses, we are put into the middle of this family, to see the way they think and feel about each of the other members. As more therapy sessions are revealed, the pieces are slowly put together revealing a twist of an ending.