MEDEA’S CURSE de Anne Buist

When mothers kill …

by Anne Buist
February 2015 (Manuscript due December 2014)

Forensic psychiatrist Natalie Richards works with women: victims and perpetrators of violent crime. Survivor of a tough childhood herself, she’s now a dedicated, insightful professional doing her best to make a difference. She also rides a Ducati a couple of sizes too big and wears a tank top a size too small. Likes men but doesn’t particularly want to keep one. And really needs to stay on her meds.

Now she’s being stalked.

Anonymous notes, threats, strangers loitering outside her house.

A disgruntled former patient? Or someone connected with a current case? Georgia Latimer—charged with killing her four children. Travis Hardy—deadbeat father of another murdered child; his second daughter has disappeared now, too. Could it be something to do with crown prosecutor Liam O’Shea—drop-dead sexy, and trouble in all kinds of ways. Natalie doesn’t know. Question is, will she find out before it’s too late?

Anne Buist, herself a leading forensic pychiatrist, has created an edge-of-the-seat mystery with a hot new heroine—backed by all the expert knowledge of a career in criminal minds.

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