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Investigative reporter Elizabeth Harper is on her own for the first time.
From the onset of her career, blog-centric, low-impact investigations were the order of the day. Thin, spur of the moment inquiries that paid nothing and meant less. Puzzles so obvious she could solve them in her sleep.
All that changed when the Seattle Searcher came calling. Then, Elizabeth found herself posing as a student on a Washington college campus, intent on getting to the bottom of a coverup - the seeming erasure of a string of violent, sexual assaults. Crimes that began making waves locally, then seemed to disappear all together.
Though her work starts smoothly enough, the deeper Elizabeth digs, the more it seems all paths lead down a hard road: One with a toll that may cost her something far greater than she's willing to invest.
But if you have nobody - if you're truly alone -who do you turn to when things go sour?
Where can you look but within?
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About the Author
Dan Burley is a New York-bred writer, musician and artist living in the greater Charlotte area of North Carolina who really doesn't like talking about himself in third person. From a young age, he has had a great affection for crime fiction and even briefly considered a career as a detective or criminal profiler. However, he ultimately decided writing books about a great detective and his family would prove far less dangerous than personally chasing down monsters. The jury's still out on whether or not he was correct in that decision.