During what was supposed to be a few days of skiing at the Whistler Mountain resort with an attractive female acquaintance, former homicide detective Hunter Rayne finds himself the prime suspect in the RCMP’s hunt for “The Chairlift Killer”. Hunter has no choice but to get involved in the investigation in order to clear his name.
Meanwhile, trucker Hunter was scheduled to haul a load of freight to Northern California, so he calls up his old friend, biker Dan Sorenson, to take his place behind the wheel. What connects the badass biker from Yreka, California to the most prolific female serial killer in US history? And what happens when dispatcher El Watson ignores Hunter’s warning and sends the biker on a search for clues to the motive behind the murder?
In the midst of the investigation, Hunter’s life gets complicated when the progress of his new relationship is hampered by the appearance of a woman from his troubled past.
Sea to Sky is the third novel in the Hunter Rayne highway mystery series.
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Excerpts from early Amazon reviews:
“The story is well written, entertaining and cleverly enough plotted to keep the reader guessing.”
“Sea to Sky, very good read great characters and nice twist to the plot,enjoyed her previous two novels awaiting the next one.”
“SEA TO SKY will keep you gripped in the story from beginning to end and beyond as the ending is not what you expected. This one will leave you thinking.”
“Thoroughly enjoyed this tightly composed mystery. Good characters drawn with a fine pencil, good narrative, good premise.”