A missing new hire. An identity-crisis in full swing. Kat Voyzey is back on the case. But should she be?
Fresh off the success of her last case, HR director Kat Voyzey is ready to take her sleuthing to the next level. So when an employee known as the Bathroom Bandit starts wreaking havoc, Kat's determined to discover his identity no matter how many stakeouts it takes.
Matters become more serious when a employee goes missing during new hire orientation. Working with her friend Detective Susan Patterson, Kat digs into the victim's past, but the unanswered questions only multiply, and not everyone is supportive of Kat's sleuthing ways. After all, what does an office worker know about investigating crimes? And wouldn't it be better if she stayed in her own lane?
Kat is at a crossroads, but when a second attack occurs, it's all hands on deck to find the killer roaming the halls of the hospital. With the help of her friends she's got a shot at cracking the case. But is her plan too risky? Stakeouts are one thing, but coming face-to-face with a murderer is a far scarier proposition.
About the Author
Cheri spent her formative years hiding under the blankets with a flashlight, reading everything she could get her hands on, but especially books by Stephen King, Judy Blume, Agatha Christie, and Mercedes Lackey.
Her experiences in management inspired her first novel, Involuntary Turnover, about an HR manager turned private investigator.
Cheri lives in Seattle with her husband of 18 years. She's working on her fourth novel.