A chilling and action-packed crime novel
Sarah Harmon’s life has been complicated. Very complicated, for a nineteen- year old just leaving high school. But as she steps out on a clear autumn day to run the nearby cliff trails, she’s ready to put the past behind her and move on.
She has a secret one-way plane ticket to a new life, and a plan, waiting.
But time for Sarah has run out. For she’s about to cross paths with someone more twisted than the path she’s running.
Inspector Susan Kovalsky, not long on the job and fleeing her own city demons, has her hands full.
The town of Lion’s Bay might appear picture post-card perfect, nestled on the stunning clear waters of Georgian Bay, but there’s a lot going on under its shiny surface. It seems the more stones she turns over, the more secrets she unearths, and the more ripples she creates.
Will she ever discover who wanted this beautiful young woman dead?
After all, the suspects are in no short supply. How about all the people who lost their savings trusting her father?
Could one of them have sought revenge? What about her fiancé, Tommy Logan, son of a prominent local family? Did he learn of her plans to flee?
With more turns than the roads that carve through the rocky cliffs of this northern town, Nowhere to Run will keep your heart racing until the very last page.
Carolyn Davidson studied English Literature at the University of Windsor, and after traveling the world, settled in Toronto where she lives with her husband and two small boys. This is her first crime novel, set in the stunning lakeside village where she spends as much time as she can. She is currently working on the second book in the series.