Selected as a Distinguished Favorite in the category of Thriller by the 2018 Independent Press Awards.
Kerry Stine heads to her job at San Francisco General Hospital to discover a patient has gone missing on her watch from ICU. She’s blamed for the disappearance, immediately suspended, and soon there’s a warrant for her arrest. Meanwhile, a stranger shows up at her apartment with his own key...while she’s home. For Kerry, tracking the missing ICU patient sets in motion a chain reaction of random events and strange coincidences that all circle back to a past that can’t possibly be hers. Can it?
Three thousand miles away, scientist Adrian Calhoun has developed a cigarette that cures lung cancer. But will he get the opportunity to publicize his creation before Big Pharma gets to him first?
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Forthcoming in June, 2017 by Rebel ePublishers in Kindle, Trade Paperback, and other digital formats. Keep updated on this release on my Facebook author page
Read the Testimonials:
"...grabbed me by the throat...a must-read" - Judith Schiess Avila, NYT Best-Selling author of Code Talker: The First and Only Memoir by one of the Origial Navajo Code Talkers of WWII
"...in fine Hitchcock style, circumstances drag an innocent person into the thrill ride of a lifetime" - Simon Wood, USA Today Best-selling author of The One That Got Away and other books
"...twisty and riveting ride to the very end" - Cat Connor, author of The Byte Series
"...masterful use of dialog pulls the reader relentlessly through a complex, well-crafted plot" - Loretta Hall, author of eight non-fiction books
"...a smart, well-written thriller that will deliver on the big screen someday as well as it does on the page" - Leo Bottary, author of The Power of Peers
"...magnificent story...a smokin' good read!" - Les Edgerton, Award-winning author of The Death of Tarpons, The Rapist, The Bitch, The Genuine, Imitation, Plastic Kidnapping and others
"...a cleverly-conceived, fast-paced thriller that will keep you guessing right up to the last chapter" - Ian Barker, author of One Hot Summer
"...a fine cast of both good and bad guys, snappy dialogue, and great writing" - Christine Husom, author of the Winnebago County Mysteries and Snow Globe Shop Mysteries