It’s March 1994, and Laura Benton is still working as a music journalist. But she’s married now, living in West Seattle, and the mother of a son who’s about to reach his first birthday. Life is crazy, and it takes a much darker turn after she interviews a broken-down minor country star named Carson Mack. She’s sucked in to helping him find the killer of the son he never knew, who was murdered four years before on a Seattle street. It’s a search that quickly becomes terrifying – and deadly – as the threats to Laura, and her family, grow.
About the Author
Chris Nickson has made a living as a writer since 1994, much of his work in music journalism. His reviews and features are published with Roots, Sing Out!, emusic.com, and allmusic.com. He's the author of The NPR Casual Listener's Guide to World Music. Chris has published 28 other non-fiction books and has had a pair of one act plays staged in Seattle.