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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, in Reasonable by K.T. Carlisle, alcoholic Cat Clark is fighting to prove her innocence after the woman who stole her husband is murdered.

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K.T. Carlisle’s debut novel, Reasonable, is the first book in a murder mystery trilogy which explores just how far one might go to clear their name and protect their loved ones.

Reasonable by K.T. Carlisle on The Table Read Magazine
Reasonable by K.T. Carlisle

On the night of Friday, May 13th, the Williamsburg Police Department arrive at Catheryn “Cat” Clark’s house to discover her drunk and covered in blood after Elaine Reid, the woman who stole her husband after thirty years of friendship, is found dead.

As the alcohol-induced fog begins to fade, strange questions surrounding the night’s events start to emerge. Who else was at the house the night that Elaine was murdered? Why can’t Cat remember anything more than the argument that transpired in the darkened confines of her kitchen? And what might a neighbor’s suicide from her college years have to do with proving Cat’s innocence?

As Cat fights to piece together the puzzle of what happened, Detective Rachel McGowen’s fifteen-year hunt for an elusive killer could hold all the answers.

This fast-paced thrill ride is packed with suspense as the enthralling tale of two women’s determination will keep you guessing until the very end.

From Cat’s uncontrolled alcoholism to the killer’s inability to reign in his dark desires to Rachel’s need to find the answers she seeks, addiction and obsession are two concepts that are explored extensively throughout this novel. The book begs readers to contemplate what leads people to become dependent or preoccupied and — more importantly — what happens when those needs aren’t satisfied.

-K.T. Carlisle.
K.T. Carlisle on The Table Read Magazine
K.T. Carlisle

K.T. Carlisle

K.T. Carlisle is the pseudonym for a writer in rural Vermont. Since early childhood, Carlisle has dedicated her life to the written word. Earning her B.A. in Writing Arts with a concentration in Creative Writing in 2015 from Rowan University, Carlisle received the Excellence in Writing Arts Award from the university, an honor reserved for students who exhibit exceptional skill as a writer and teacher of writing.

When she is not busy working on her next novel, Carlisle spends her days enjoying all the natural beauty that the Green Mountain State has to offer alongside her incredible husband, four crazy dogs, and flock of chickens.

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