Publication Date: August 13, 2015
Origins: From Publicist for Review
Synopsis: Anton Mackey is a man with everything. At least, he seems to be on the surface. He has a rising career as a private attorney, a lovely wife, a beautiful daughter; he and his family live in an idyllic neighborhood that most people dream about. Sure, there are troubles that plague this family, the same as any other, but all in all things are looking up. Life is good, and the future is better.
Except Anton has a past, too, and something has been looming, bearing down on him from that history, just waiting for the chance to strike. Soon, everything will change, and the life he’s struggled so hard to build will come crashing down around him.
And the worst part of it all: Anton Mackey has no one to blame but himself.
Review: Anton Mackey has built a wonderful life for himself as an attorney, father, and husband. However, Anton has been living with a terrible and dangerous secret. Unfortunately, his past is about to catch up to him in a surprisingly spectacular way. In THE VICTIM, no one is as they seem. The characters are complex and not very likable overall, but the detail and slick craftiness make the story much more interesting. THE VICTIM also teaches a lesson – to make amends and accept your past in order to have a good future.