In 1985, budding author Jeb Cannon discovers the decomposed body of a young woman while riding fence with his father on their wind-swept Wyoming ranch. The case quickly goes cold but her memory haunts his imagination.
Thirty years and a number of best-selling thrillers later, Cannon asks Detective Matt Joyner to help him finally find justice for the woman, whom he has dubbed “Katie.”
Joyner has his hands full investigating the modern-day murder of an Assistant County Attorney so Jake and Emma Rand step in to take a fresh look at the decades old case. When they uncover a link between Katie’s death and the murder of the Casper ACA, they may finally unmask the mysterious “Boss” that has been orchestrating a campaign of murder and deception.
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About the author:
Linda grew up in Loveland, Colorado as the sixth of six children. She moved with her parents to California when she was 16 and spent the next 16 years of her life in the Bay Area before moving home to Colorado.
Linda devoted 20+ years to nonprofit human services before deciding to take a new direction in her life. She founded Focus Forward, LLC to do the things she most enjoys – management consulting for small business owners and nonprofits and career coaching.
In 2012, Linda realized a life-long dream when she published her first book, “Life Isn’t Just Luck: Getting from where you are to where you want to be.” In it, she explores what keeps us from achieving our goals and identifies strategies to overcome these roadblocks.
In 2013, Linda published her first mystery novel, “Too Cute to Kill.” This was followed by “Main Street Murder” in 2014 and “Justice for Katie” in 2015. Linda lives outside Casper, Wyoming with her husband, ten cats and one incredibly patient dog.
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