EVIL WOMAN. . . Takes Revenge
the sequel to Evil Woman
by Carol M. Creasey
Having spent four years locked up following a crime she didn’t do, Sadie Morton-Brown once again uses her seductive charm to convince the
authorities, male and female, that she is no longer a danger to society.
She is anxious to return to her daughter Danielle, who lives with Sadie’s parents together with her nanny Alice, the woman Sadie knows is responsible
for killing Danielle’s father, her only true love.
The quiet of Herne Bay in Kent, where her parents now live, is darkly disturbed
by the arrival of Sadie. There is revenge to be had on Alice, and the
incredible secret carried between herself and her mother is finally unleashed.
But her disgust at the family’s friendship with Nathan, the man she had left for dead, turns to unexpected
love and marriage.
Although Sadie appears normal, her jealous character is unable to lose those
dark, malevolent murderous thoughts and actions; she still disposes of those
she dislikes, and the evil devastation she left behind in the USA, long before
her incarceration, lurks in the background throughout everything, waiting to
Carol M. Creasey
Kent born author Carol M. Creasey wrote her first book about her autistic son
entitled My Life is Worth Living! She had four children and that early book brilliantly reflected the struggles of
family life with a handicapped child.
As well as looking after her family, she has had a career as a manager in
various china and glass merchandising establishments and also owned her own
shop. Her writing has always remained important to her and this novel, the
sequel to Evil Woman, is her fourth.