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Crime reporter Scott Preston joined the task force as police reopened a 20-year-old murder case. Over the years, Scott had become obsessed with the murder of Lisa Craig and he had written an update several years prior to try to garner clues, to no avail.
The twenty-three-year-old single woman, who had lived with her mother and aunt, was murdered in Roanoke Park around midnight. No one was ever arrested for her death.
Now that the case was officially reopened, Craig enlisted the help of a couple of his co-workers at the paper for a reenactment of the crime. He soon realized the original case had been mishandled by police. The closer he and his team got to the truth, the more obvious it seemed they were stepping on someone’s toes.
He decided to press on with the investigation despite growing opposition from several directions. As the tangled web of lies and deception grew, so did the danger to Scott and his friends.
Will Scott ever find out the truth? Will he finally put his dreams about Lisa Craig to rest?
Karen Lewis has written a riveting suspense tale; the perfect read for a dark and stormy night. Set in the Vancouver, Canada area, Lisa is a haunting story that is as difficult to put down, as it is to forget. With a growing cast of characters keeping the pace moving, there are as many plot twists and turns as there are curves on the Sea-to-Sky Highway.
Grab this book and settle in with a bowl of popcorn and a cup of hot chocolate. This story will not disappoint.

Book Blurb for Lisa

It has been twenty years since Lisa Craig was found murdered in a park at midnight. Her killer was never found. When the case is re-opened, reporter Scott Preston falls increasingly under Lisa's spell. Uncovering disturbing evidence of an inefficient police investigation, Scott decides to put his reporter skills to work and find out what really happened to Lisa Craig. Surprisingly the answer is closer to home than he thought.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2008 4.00