Karen Vaughan


I am a Canadian author. I am married with 5 kids and one grandson. I write mysteries,comedy and I love to read, do crafts and I am addicted to online gaming.

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Dead on arrival
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 38,370. Language: English. Published: March 28, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
It's been a rough weekend and 35 year-old Laura Hamilton gets up on a Monday morning, and trips over a dead body in her living room. Things go from bad to worse as she is stalked, and threatened by a mysterious person and has to get close to the building super for protection. She may find love but will they catch the killer be for the killer gets her?

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Smashwords book reviews by Karen Vaughan

  • The Noon God on Oct. 01, 2011

    I started thinking that this was going to be a murder mystery. In a way it was but it also read like a family relationships drama fraught with mental health and addiction issues. Mrs.Carrick writes a family drama with complex parent/child/sibling issues; high expectations of the eldest child and high opinions of his own greatness J.Caesar Fortune was a lousy dad and a horrible husband even though he was supposed to be a great author and I finished the book thinking wow I really didn't feel any pity for the victim. It was a wonderful twist at the end when the killer was discovered. The Noon God is a fast flowing novel set in Toronto and the author uses many Toronto Points of interest in her novel that any proud Canadian/Torontonian would love to see in print. Congratulations Donna on penning an enjoyable riveting book.