A mutilated body in the Palace of Fine Arts. A clue leading to a suspect... or is it the next victim?
Felicity Armstrong's day is shattered by the sight of a dead body. The SFPD see a connection to her, but Felicity denies knowing the dead man. When the second body is found, doubt creeps in.
She is the only one who believes in her innocence. Committing these crimes isn't something you forget.
Then it all changes. No longer a suspect, Felicity fears for her life as it becomes clear that the killer has a plan.
What would you do if your friends are murdered one by one?
Get a copy of this page turning psychological thriller and keep your lights on.
|Publisher:||Perry Wilson Books|
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About 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.
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