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The Dragon at The Edge of The Map
     

The Dragon at The Edge of The Map

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by P.A. Wilson
 

A deadly secret and a violent crime.

Monique knows that keeping a deadly secret is the safest way to live. If no one gets too close, no one can hurt her again with the truth. Her addict brother and her patient lover live with the dragons outside her emotional walls.

All that changes when her neighbor is murdered — and then a stranger is hacked to

Overview

A deadly secret and a violent crime.

Monique knows that keeping a deadly secret is the safest way to live. If no one gets too close, no one can hurt her again with the truth. Her addict brother and her patient lover live with the dragons outside her emotional walls.

All that changes when her neighbor is murdered — and then a stranger is hacked to death. Monique knows the case isn’t a priority for the police; it’s just criminals killing criminals. She knows it’s better to stay away, but something is driving her to investigate. Then she finds the war crimes and now she has to find the man who committed the atrocities.

If you like strong women in impossible situations, you’ll love Monique. We all have secrets, but hers is going to kill someone.

Get this thriller today and follow Monique through the twists and traps of hunting down a killer.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940153210889
Publisher:
Perry Wilson Books
Publication date:
04/01/2016
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,248,131
File size:
439 KB

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Meet the Author

Perry Wilson is a Canadian author based in Vancouver, BC who has big ideas and an itch to tell stories. Having spent some time on university, a career, and life in general, she returned to writing in 2008 and hasn't looked back since (well, maybe a little, but only while parallel parking).
She is a member of the Vancouver Independent Writers Group, The Royal City Literary Arts Society and The Federation of BC Writers. Perry has self-published several novels. She writes the Madeline Journeys, a fantasy series about a high-powered lawyer who finds herself trapped in a magical world, the Quinn Larson Quests, which follows the adventures of a wizard named Quinn who must contend with volatile fae in the heart of Vancouver, and the Charity Deacon Investigations, a mystery thriller series about a private eye who tends to fall into serious trouble with her cases, and The Riverton Romances, a series based in a small town in Oregon, one of her favorite states. Her stand-alone novels are Breaking the Bonds, Closing the Circle, and The Dragon at The Edge of The Map.

Visit her website http://pawilson.ca/ and sign up for the newsletter subscription to get news on upcoming releases and book recommendations.

Check her out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AuthorPAWilson

She tweets between writing and creating on-line courses. Follow her @perryawilson for odd comments and retweets.

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The Dragon at The Edge of The Map 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love it!
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
Monique Duchesne has lived her life in two halves…the half that happened before and after the murder of her mother followed by her father’s suicide. She makes her living singing in a jazz club at night and leading historical tour groups when not singing. She has issues with trust and relationships and also has a brother who is an addict. After a violent murder takes place in her apartment building her life is turned upside down. She is unable to trust the police to solve the murder so undertakes the task herself. Two more murders, some sleuthing and personal threats along with kidnapping and pain occur before the book ends. This book was a gift to me through LibraryThing’s giveaway program. It is very well written, well developed and interesting. I am not sure I would have been as willing as Monique was to put her life on the line but it did make for fascinating reading.