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Can Eleri and Donovan outsmart a killer who leaves no evidence behind or even a discernable cause of death? How will they track down someone who is more intelligent than both of them together?
Curie, Nebraska was designed as a research haven for the ultra-intelligent. In fact, applicants must pass a rigorous IQ test before they can call the strange town home. Nearly every resident—including several child geniuses—is suspect and no one is safe.
Going undercover as the new neighbors leaves the agents struggling to find even the most basic clues. Eleri and Donovan can barely maintain their false identities against their overly-curious and stunningly intelligent new friends, let alone solve a murder.
Can they figure it out before the next body turns up? Or has the killer already found them…
This is the seventh book in the NightShade Forensic Files series. It can be read as a standalone
Available on April 2nd, 2019!
First they noticed the pets were missing, then the neighborhood of Rowena Heights started losing…people.
It was only later that they actually saw the packs of creatures stalking the streets at night. As the Mazurs get close to the truth about the night hunters, they discover the hunters aren’t what they thought at all. With the ravages of climate change altering the world as they watch, there’s nowhere to escape to. They’ll have to fight the night hunters to be the dominant species.
Though the Mazur family is brilliant and ready to fight back, they might not make it out alive.
COMING JUNE 20th 2019
"An action packed thriller. Highly recommended." -- Midwest Book Review.
"After having read three of her books, I'd say she's in the top five of my best writers list. I have a list of King, Grisham, Koontz...you know, those guys. They are the authors who you know will deliver." -- The Lit Critic
"This series is beyond excellent. A great combination of thriller and science fiction."