Fiction. If you loved The Girl On The Train, you will love this. Take one summer, an abandoned old school and an idyllic beach town. Meet Joscelyn who living off the grid, having lost her home, her boyfriend and her job. She clashes with a gang of street kids, befriends a disfellowshipped Jehovah's Witness and a runaway housewife who is living in her car with an enormous dog. The tension and violence escalates as the street gang kills one of their own, and it is not until Joss solves all the pieces of the puzzle, can she gather up the pieces of her own life and move forward. A thrilling suspense story, filled with unexpected twists and turns. A fast- paced, "can't-put-this-book-down read" that will keep you enthralled from the first page. "Lisa de Nikolits's new novel about those who've slipped through the cracks will capture your heart. A must-read." --Canadian Living Magazine. A thriller/suspense story, an exploration of faith, power, crime and social isolation.
Lisa de Nikolits is the award-winning, critically-acclaimed author of six novels: THE HUNGRY MIRROR (Inanna Publications), WEST OF WAWA (Inanna Publications), A GLITTERING CHAOS (Inanna Publications), THE WITCHDOCTOR'S BONES (Inanna Publications), BETWEEN THE CRACKS SHE FELL (Inanna Publications) and THE NEARLY GIRL (Inanna Publications). Her short fiction has appeared in Postscripts To Darkness, Volume 6; Maudlin House; Lynn Crosbie's Hood; The Jellyfish Review; PAC'N HEAT (a Ms. Pac-Man noir collection); Mesdames of Mayhem's crime anthology Thirteen O'Clock; and the Toronto Sisters In Crime's anthology, The Whole She-Bang 3. Her poetry has been published in CWS/cf. She lives and works in Toronto.Author City: Toronto, ON CAN