Robin Masters’ bio:
Robin Masters is a lover of fictionalized serious crime and pulp fiction. He’s seen every episode of Law and Order, Magnum P.I., Banacek and solved every murder before Jessica Fletcher. He hopes one day to live in the Hawaiian Islands, on a beach front estate, where he will write bestselling crime fiction surrounded by beautiful women. Robin was raised on a steady literary diet of James Patterson, Elmore Leonard, Agatha Christie and J.D. Robb and thought, before he seriously studied literature at the University of Penn, that if a novel didn’t have a dead body and cop, it sucked. Today Robin works in the prosecutor’s office in a large U.S. city where he protects innocent citizens from deadly criminals and super villains all the while collecting ideas, stories and characters for his next best and greatest crime thriller.
by Robin Masters
Liam returns home to the US from ten years in Paris, hoping to reunite with his estranged father, however, after settling down he notices the house is not only absent of his father, but all traces of him as well, which prompts him to believe that something isn't right with home.
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