Cori Nevruz is the author of the suspense “Left Without Answers” and the psychological thriller “Dirty Laundry.” Cori likes to write emotionally invested suspense that readers can connect with.
About Cori Nevruz
Cori Nevruz is the author of the thrillers “Left Without Answers” and “Dirty Laundry.” Cori likes to write emotionally invested suspense that readers can connect with.
“Dirty Laundry” tells the story of Samantha, a suburban housewife who goes into extremes to keep her secrets private. Samantha goes into extremes to keep the life that she’s always dreamed of. Will sharing secrets with this newfound friend put them both in danger from Samantha's very private and controlling husband?
“Left Without Answers” is an intriguing suspense about Alice as she goes on a desperate search for answers regarding her son’s death. When Alice starts finding sticky notes that could only be from her dead son, her desire for revenge intensifies along with her desperate search for the truth. Can Hank’s notes provide the answers Alice is seeking before she completely unravels? As Alice searches for answers and closure, the more she learns about Hank’s secret life, the more she feels Left Without Answers.
Originally from Raleigh, North Carolina, Cori Nevruz now resides in Wilmington with her husband and three sons. She is a graduate of the NCSU and works from home as a website designer. She has also previously published the thriller “Making a Killing” and 11 children’s books that feature student illustration, giving over 100 children published illustrator credit. She is an active volunteer at her boy’s schools, is an avid reader, potty humour enthusiast, and strong believer in the power of kindness.
Cori wants people to remember how she made them feel
Cori hopes to influence people enough to make them feel good about themselves and make them laugh.
With Dirty Laundry, the message Cori hopes for people to understand is that sometimes the people who suffer the most are the best at hiding it.
What's next for Cori
Cori wants to make a difference in the lives of her children, husband, family, the kids she coaches in sports, and strangers she meets on the street.