Release: March 24 2015
Review: SKEWED by Anne McAneny
Twisty and convoluted, enticing and complex, SKEWED will pin you to the page until it's finished. A crime three decades ago in rural Virginia permanently shadowed the lives of twins Jane (Janie) and John (Jack) Perkins, as well as others. At thirty, Janie is a crime-scene photographer with a clever and artistic eye. Jack is an attorney with political visions. They are intermittently in the public eye, forever to be remembered as the Haiku Twins, born to a brutally murdered mother. But now someone seems determined to stir up trouble, with photos of that long-gone but never forgotten crime scene, photos which seem to indicate more to the events than anyone ever believed.