Book Review: KINGDOM COME, CA by Judy Strick

Unexplainable things happen. Some call it coincidence, some say supernatural. In the compelling psychological thriller, Kingdome Come, CA, author Judy Strick introduces fascinating and some times scary questions about what we call reality. Ruby Wellman, a reclusive surrealist artist, hides a deep and horrifying childhood secret. As does Finn McCord, a profoundly disturbed six-year-old who talks only to animals and imaginary friends. Their lives intersect in Kingdom Come, a tiny mountain town in the middle Read More …

Featured Book: Psychological Thriller KINGDOM COME, CA by Judy Strick

In this compelling psychological thriller reminiscent of The Picture of Dorian Gray, reclusive artist Ruby Wellman retreats to rural Kingdom Come, California, a small town, 21st century Brigadoon. Ruby, who still suffers from the effects of a childhood tragedy, quietly focuses on her surrealist paintings and keeps locals at arm’s length. When six-year-old Finn McCord moves in next door with his contentious parents, Ruby is pulled into the boy’s disturbed and dysfunctional world. Finn talks Read More …