Tracing the Contours
Book 1: Luke Adams Investigates
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On her journey, fleeing an abusive relationship, Megan experiences a sense of foreboding. Her arrival in town is equally disconcerting for the local community; for them, this close resemblance to Saskia, a past resident, provokes distasteful memories. Buried in the depths of Megan’s subconscious are the answers. Her life is enveloped by frustration and fear, too shocking to remember . . . too shocking to forget . . . fatal to ignore. History is not to be repeated. Amidst the perilous encounters there is an unwanted revelation. This time she must fight for justice, aided by the investigative abilities of Luke Adams and his assistant Imogen Morrison.
Debt and Defiance
Book 2: Luke Adams Investigates
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Leanne’s grandmother inherited a vast house after a fatal shooting, and in the same time frame disowned her daughter Karen. All these events remained a tight secret, never broached or discussed. Leanne grows up believing her mother is dead: That is until her grandmother dies . . . .
Aggrieved by the deception and betrayal and craving inner calm, the journey to uncover a mysterious past begins, where the consequences of one woman’s actions span generations, where the villagers struggle with the emerging truth, and where greed, death, and revenge linger . . .
Leanne is determined to unlock the secrets which haunt her dreams and thoughts, and engages Luke Adams and Imogen Morrison.
An individual novel
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A heart wrenching mystery recounting the married life of Catherine, an isolated woman from the early 20th century, burdened by an indifferent husband, child deaths, accusations, disbelieving family, only supported by her modern thinking sister. With no one to provide enough moral support she makes a fatal exit.
100 years later Michaela inherits the house Catherine lived in, but not everything runs smoothly and the trail leads back to Catherine. She is driven to prove Catherine’s innocence, but it is an undesirable choice. Striven, she treads a distressing path.