Karen Lewis won an award for her suspense play, Hit and Run, and for the highly acclaimed, Cellar Door. Her novels are an intriguing blend of mystery and suspense. They often feature Detective Neil Slater. She lives in Vancouver, Canada.
A collection of reviewer-acclaimed suspense thrillers. Gripping tales from the dark side where nothing is ever as it seems. From vanishing passenger planes to missing persons, serial killers and strangers from a bygone era.
When a shop assistant disappears from the strip mall where she works there are no leads and the strange case remains unsolved. Then a friend takes over the missing girl's job and begins to unravel the mystery, thereby putting her own life at risk. A grim sense of foreboding permeates the story as threateningly as its landscape - a dark mile of derelict buildings where vagrants live.
It has been twenty years since Lisa Craig was found murdered in a city park. Her killer was never found. When the case is re-opened, reporter Scott Preston falls increasingly under Lisa's spell. Her long red hair and flowing green cloak haunts his dreams. As Scott searches for her killer, it takes him down a perilous road that ends shockingly close to home.