Description: Crime consultant Scott Drayco is in the middle of a thorny case in Washington, D.C., involving murder victims who were all wheelchair-bound. Then, out of the blue, he gets a worried call from a friend on Virginia's Eastern Shore about an attack on an innocent disabled girl. Working once again with Sheriff Sailor and Deputy Nelia Tyler, Drayco discovers almost everyone believes the girl's attack was an accident. But he begins to suspect otherwise when he crosses paths with a badly disfigured man and the man's enigmatic Goth son, as well as one of the smoothest and most dangerous figures Drayco has encountered in his career.
Reviews: “A heart tugging mystery and thrilling suspense wrapped up in one solid read. If you want characters that will dig their nails into your heart and a suspenseful plot that will hold you breathless in it's grasp, look no farther.” (BOOK ENTHUSIAST); “BV Lawson is a wonderful storyteller. Trust me and pick up one of her books.” (THE L.JONES EDITION)
Author Biography: Author, poet, and journalist BV Lawson's award-winning stories, poems and articles have appeared in dozens of publications and anthologies. BV is a member of Mystery Writers of America, International Association of Crime Writers, Sisters in Crime, Private Eye Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers. BV currently lives in Virginia with her husband and enjoys flying above the Chesapeake Bay in a little Cessna.
Promotional Information: BV Lawson's Scott Drayco mystery series has sold copies in over forty countries with translations into Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian and has received rave reviews: “Kept me enthralled”; “Was so good, I read it twice from beginning to end”: “BV Lawson has created a memorable character in Drayco”; “The woven layers of character, plot, theme, and mystery mean that you can't read it fast enough.” The series has also been honored by the Maryland Writers Association, American Writers Association, Next Generation Indie Book Awards, Shamus Awards, Library Journal, and the Killer Nashville Falchion Award.