Only someone dumb or high would go out unprotected during Algonquin Bay’s black fly season. But when a beautiful young woman covered in bites stumbles into a tavern, the local cops discover she is neither. The woman has a bullet in her brain—and no memory of how it happened or who she is. Homicide detectives John Cardinal and Lise Delorme know someone left her for dead. And if word gets out that she isn’t, someone will try again.
GILES BLUNT grew up in North Bay, Ontario, and spent twenty years in New York City as a writer and a scriptwriter for such shows as Law and Order, Street Legal and Night Heat, before making his home in Toronto. He is the author… More about Giles Blunt