Stephanie Pitcher Fishman, Author

Fiction & Non-Fiction Rooted in Personal Story

The Widow Teal

The Widow Teal
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Series: The Many Adventures of Jerrica Teal, Book 1
Genre: Thriller
Tags: Fiction, Recommended Books, The Many Adventures of Jerrica Teal
Publisher: Rebecca Hills Books
Publication Year: 2015
Length: 74 pages
ASIN: B014Q6D23K
What would you do if you thought your husband had died, but he didn’t? This cozy thriller has a mix of humor and suspense that is sure to get you hooked.
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About the Book

What would you do if you thought your husband had died, but he didn’t?

Single mother and widow, Jerrica Teal, wanders through her life with a cloud of guilt and grief above her. Her teenage daughter, Cat, is wonderful, and her job at Hal’s Homemade Diner and Desserts is easy enough with regulars like ex-cop Arty Conyers who bring laughter into her life on a daily basis. And her husband’s best friend, Mitchell French, is always there when she needs him. Yet, she still isn’t happy. She misses the life she had with her husband, Harrison. If only he hadn’t died. Or did he?

Join Jerrica Teal as she sifts through the details of her life only to discover a decade of deception that entangles those she loves into a dangerous web of lies. This cozy thriller has a mix of humor and suspense that is sure to get you hooked.

Are you Team Mitch or Team Arty? Read to find out!

Stephanie Pitcher Fishman, author of Finding Eliza, takes on a different type of family secret in a new serialized format. Follow Jerrica, Arty, and Cat through a total of four installments to learn what really happened behind the shadow of lies that is Jerrica Teal’s life.

This is the first episode that starts the adventure.

About the Author
Stephanie Pitcher Fishman

Stephanie Pitcher Fishman is an author and professional genealogist specializing in Midwestern and Southeastern United States family history.

She is the author of seven family history research guides in the Legacy QuickGuide series on topics including religious records, census records, and state-specific research techniques. She has also written articles and blog posts for websites such as Archives.com and was a co-founder of The In-Depth Genealogist.

Since then, she’s branched out into fiction rooted in family story. In recent years, she’s also contributed to the chronic illness community by sharing her story and the stories of others dealing with illnesses such as fibromyalgia, anxiety, and more.

Her first novel, Finding Eliza, combines everything that she loves: family history, historical fiction, and strong female characters.

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