The fourth book in the Pam of Babylon Series, Prayers for the Dying exposes more of what Kirkus Review said about Dream Lover, “A gritty, realistic portrait of the aftermath of deceit.” Jack Smith’s victims attempt to move forward while grappling with the pain and horror that he left behind. Pam makes a few startling revelations about herself, while Sandra hopes for a future with exciting expectations. Marie is in a most unlikely place, with the happiest news in the bleakest circumstances. Ashton’s story of a lifetime love affair with Jack is finally told, with his heartache revealed. Kirkus Review says about Suzanne Jenkins, “Jenkins writes with a fast-paced, scenic style, pushing the story forward and wasting little time on interior monologue or back story. Perhaps this is one of the best aspects of the novel—a page-turner, the story remains immediate, rarely breaking from forward motion. Jenkins develops characters not by describing them, but by placing them in conflict and context with new people, places and situations…The characters are sympathetic, round and believable; watching them grapple with difficult decisions creates an engaging, dynamic read.” Don’t You Forget About Me December 2011. Discover Suzanne Jenkins rich characters. Pam of Babylon, Don’t You Forget About Me, Dream Lover, Prayers for the Dying, and soon to be published, Come Back to Me.