Sink or Swim
by Stacy Juba
Format: trade paperback and multiple e-book editions
Synopsis: How do you change the channel when reality TV turns to murder? Personal trainer Cassidy Novak has gained fame for starring on a hit reality show. Not only does she lose and have to walk the plank, but upon returning home, Cassidy discovers she is being stalked. As her former competitors get killed off, Cassidy refuses to play by the stalker?s bizarre rules. She?s also being shadowed by photographer Zach Gallagher, who has been assigned to capture her personal moments for the local newspaper. She wants to trust Zach, but fears he may not be as nice as he seems. When the stalker forces a showdown, Cassidy must walk the plank again ? this time for her life.
?Being on a hit reality show not once, but three times, made Sink or Swim really hit home for me? It was an easy read and extremely well written? I would love to see it come out as a movie one day!? Stephenie LaGrossa, owner of Gigi Restaurant & Lounge, Philadelphia PA, Television personality and fan favorite Survivor: Palau, Guatemala, Heroes vs. Villains
?After being on a reality show, Big Brother 10 on CBS and Showtime, reading Sink or Swim made me feel like I was Cassidy. People don?t ever know what happens behind the scenes. I thought it was a great read and kept me in suspense.?
- Michelle Costa, contestant Big Brother 10
Cassidy left her car unlocked in case she and Bo needed a quick retreat and mounted a ramp flanked by rusted railings. Concrete mounds had tumbled from the awning and snowed on the gravel walkway. Fluorescent orange and yellow notices speckled the building with their bold warnings. ?Condemned as Dangerous and Unsafe. Danger. Keep Out.?
She eyed the battleship gray double doors, curdles of paint flecking off the wood. Other entrances marked the front and rear of the mill, once leading into individual businesses, but her stalker had parked near this one. As she'd expected, the doors opened with a gentle push. Cassidy crossed into a cavernous corridor and let her eyes adjust to the dimness. Whatever safety codes the landlord had violated, the old mill had never been this dangerous.
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