As the front-of-house manager of a large theatre complex in Calgary, Kate Carpenter is used to several things. She is used to the late nights and the demanding customers. She is used to improvising when things don’t go to plan. And she is used to a quiet life in her perfect apartment with her twin addictions of caffeine and good books.
She is not used to finding dead people in her theatre, but that all changes when Kate and her young assistant, Graham, find a dead man in the theatre’s public toilets – and the murder weapon was a hammer belonging to the theatre.
Despite warnings from virtually everyone, Kate is determined to investigate the murder – even when it leads her into serious danger. She is convinced she can be of more use than the detective assigned to the case, and if the murderer is somebody connected with the theatre then she is even keener to get involved. Two brutal attacks later and Kate still has no answers, but will that be enough to persuade her to stay out of the investigation?
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Published June 12, 2011
by Severn House Publishers.
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Horror.