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The author of the book: Koethi Zan
Date of issue: September 7th 2015
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ISBN 13: 9788492915682
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Durante años, Sarah y Jennifer, dos amigas inseparables, elaboraron una lista de cosas que había que evitar a toda costa por motivos de seguridad. La llamaron la “Lista prohibida”. Una noche, sin embargo, en contra de lo que les dictaba su instinto, subieron a un taxi. Y esa decisión cambiaría sus vidas para siempre. Secuestradas por un sádico, pasaron tres años encerradas junto a otras dos chicas en un sótano. Una década después, Sarah se esfuerza por retomar su vida y asumir el hecho de que su amiga Jennifer murió en aquel sótano. Su torturador podría salir en libertad condicional, y ya no puede seguir ignorando las siniestras cartas que le envía desde la cárcel. Ha llegado el momento de enfrentarse a sus traumas. Para ello, Sarah inicia una búsqueda que la llevará de un extremo a otro del país y la introducirá en el perverso mundo del sadomasoquismo y las sectas secretas… desvelando un misterio mucho más horrendo de lo que podía imaginar.
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Read information about the authorWhen Koethi Zan was born in the sleepy farming town of Opp, Alabama, the “City of Opportunity,” her mother was Valedictorian of the local public high school and her father the star of its football team. Her parents named her after the homecoming queen of Lurleen B. Wallace Junior College, perhaps hopeful that some of that glory would rub off on her.
But Koethi would never be a homecoming queen. In fact, she spent most of her youth in her room, reading, listening to Morrissey, and avoiding everything connected to high school football—not an easy task in those parts.
After graduation, Koethi put herself through Birmingham-Southern College with scholarships and a small “cow fund” courtesy of Molly, the Charolais heifer she’d received as her third birthday present. She used the money wisely, travelling to New Orleans on the weekends to hit the club scene, almost always in silver-sequined costume, surrounded by transvestites, Goth kids and her gay male entourage. Perhaps, in some roundabout way, she had fulfilled her homecoming queen destiny after all.
Then, in what may have been a misguided fit of pique, Koethi threw away her all-black daywear and her thrift-store evening gowns, and went to Yale Law School, with some vague idea of becoming a film producer. Afterwards, however, she unexpectedly found herself twenty-eight stories up in the Manhattan offices of Davis Polk & Wardwell, a prestigious white shoe law firm that represented mostly investment banks. She regularly pulled all-nighters working on secured financings and revolving credit facilities. She tended to wear demure black pantsuits, with her hair up.
It didn’t take her long to realize corporate life wasn’t for her, and Koethi spent the next fifteen years practicing entertainment law both in private practice (at Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison and, later, Schreck Rose & Dapello) and in-house business and legal affairs positions (for the film producer, Ed Pressman, and, most recently, at MTV), with a slight detour along the way to study cinema at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
As an entertainment lawyer, Koethi attended glamorous premieres and openings, international film festivals and celebrity-filled parties. She dealt with gritty production issues as varied as suicide threats, drug overdoses and sex-tape allegations. She warred with Hollywood agents and befriended reality stars.
Then, while Senior Vice President & Deputy General Counsel at MTV, she decided to fulfill a lifelong dream on the side, and in the early mornings she wrote a crime novel, The Never List.
Now, coming full circle in a way, Koethi, her husband, Stephen Metcalf, and their two daughters, live in an old farmhouse in a rural community in upstate New York. Her husband occasionally watches a football game on television. But her daughters have never even heard of homecoming queens.
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