“I’m still reeling after finishing Susan Wingate’s latest, THE DEATH OF VULTURES. Brilliantly written, here is a tale that grips you by the throat from the opening prologue to the gut-punch of an ending. Both tender and brutal, intelligent and visceral, each page carries a reader further down a harrowing path… This novel will leave an indelible mark on your soul.”
—James Rollins, New York Times bestseller of The Demon Crown
Robert’s doing his single trick, “little hands.” Robert and deer often inspire my writing and have shown up as lead actors in The Deer Effect. In fact, The Deer Effect sprung to life one day while walking Robert. Question: Can a sense of place living on an island in the Pacific Northwest, where wildlife is as abundant as rain, not influence my writing? Simply put, place desperately influences my writing.
THE DEATH OF VULTURES
Meg Storm has stepped in it. Entangled within an industry as nefarious as it is criminal, she gets swept into the lurid world of drugs and money. After her daughter, Lily, dies from an apparent heroin overdose, her husband ends up dead too. Meg has nothing left to lose. She goes from housewife to a woman on the hunt. Will she become hunter or the hunted? Nothing is as it seems.
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