New author Richard Tremblay fulfilled a lifelong dream when he self-published his first short novel, An Unexpected Doppelganger, in early 2014. Now, in time for the holiday season, he brings his second novel, Oh Holy Night, to his readers. Part fun holiday season read, part thriller, Oh Holy Night is one not to miss.
A married father of three, and proud grandfather of two Richard has enjoyed reading, writing and creating stories for many years.
For more than twenty years, Richard has been writing and telling stories as an internal communicator for several large retailers, based in New England.
He is currently working on several other novels, each in different stages of development.
An Unexpected Doppelganger
Newlywed Anne Burke and her husband are enjoying a romantic honeymoon on the coast of Maine until she finds the body of an unidentified young woman on the beach outside their cottage. The ensuing police investigation into the young woman’s identity kicks-off a tangled chain of events stretching from Maine to California and back again. What happens next, tears one family apart while, unexpectedly reuniting another.
Oh Holy Night
Mystery, Thriller, Christmas, Faith
It came upon a midnight clear—deceit, betrayal, and murder…
When Tom Shepherd wakes up on Christmas Eve, he knows he has a wonderful life, with good friends, a great job, and a beautiful girlfriend, who has an engagement ring waiting for her under the Christmas tree.
But by that afternoon, things have happened to make Tom’s life resemble the lyrics of an old country song. However, his life is not the only one that has been touched…or ended, because of greed, lust, and jealousy.
They say things always happen for a reason, and so it does, in Oh Holy Night.
Sample Chapter One
It is often said, the son pays for the sins of the father. Not only did this son continue those sins he also took them to a different level.
Bones was one sick, son-of-a-bitch, and he knew it. It was not easy being the epitome of an upstanding citizen in public, while in the shadows of this small northern New Hampshire town, be a corrupt and sadistic murderer.