Who will win this contest of wills?
Over-worked surgeon June Kato is at the limit of her patience, even on the best of days. When odd text messages turn into phone calls, which eventually become anonymous gifts, she has an idea of who they might be from. Talking to an old police friend brings no comfort, and even a private investigator isn’t much help. Taking matters in her own hands, she goes on the defensive when the serial stalker follows her every move, at home, at work, everywhere. With no help from the authorities, she does her best to learn the stalker’s identity, making one wrong guess after another. By the time she uncovers the true identity of her stalker, she is tied to a chair in the dark of night, waiting for the inevitable.
Can she outwit him and get free? Or will guts and brawn rule the day?
Stalking Silk at Amazon
Was it murder or suicide?
Finding the dead stranger in her traditional Japanese garden, Dr. June Kato knows nothing can be done to save her. Clad in a traditional kimono, a dagger hanging from the young woman’s belly, there has been an obvious act of ritual seppuku.
June shoos flies off the woman’s face and feels for a pulse anyway. With nothing else to do, she dials those three little numbers nobody ever wants to call: the LA Police Department. Even though she firmly believes the woman committed suicide, the police have other ideas, that a brutal murder has been committed in June’s garden. When the prominent neurosurgeon becomes the lead suspect, it would be the beginning of a nightmare that would leave her comfortable life in broken pieces.
KIMONO SUICIDE at Amazon