The author was born and raised in Switzerland. She met her husband, a fellow Swiss, in New York City, and the two decided to make their home in the United States. The family relocated to Southern California in 1967, where they have resided since.
After escaping from her abductor's house of horrors, Hadley Cowan finds that life does not easily go back to normal. She can't stop reliving all the terrible things her abductor did to her, including a game he forced her to play called "You Better Run." However, when she is visited by two of his other victims, she finds out that she's not alone. They want her help to make sure he never does to another woman what he did to them.
Readers who love crime thrillers will appreciate You Better Run, the third offering from author Rowan Hanlon. It is a gripping story about how three women who were abducted by the same man band together to find him and end his reign of terror once and for all.
Zane Bigelow grew up in a beautiful, perfectly kept house in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Strangers and even Zane’s own aunt across the lake see his parents as a successful surgeon and his stylish wife, making appearances at their children’s ballet recitals and baseball games. Only Zane and his sister know the truth, until one brutal night finally reveals cracks in the facade, and Zane escapes for college without a thought of looking back...
Years later, Zane returns to his hometown determined to reconnect with the place and people that mean so much to him, despite the painful memories. As he resumes life in the colorful town, he meets a gifted landscape artist named Darby, who is on the run from ghosts of her own.
Together they will have to teach each other what it means to face the past, and stand up for the ones they love.
Nick Fox, a retired sheriff's department lieutenant, is trying to get his act together after nearly being blown up in a targeted explosion that cost him the loss of part of his leg and a kidney, resulting in his subsequent retirement. Then a friend asks him to investigate the death of his son, who died from an opioid overdose at the end of a musical performance at Citadel High School three-and-a-half years earlier. His friend insists that his kid would never do drugs or commit suicide. Instead, he suspects murder.
Despite the trail being cold after the time lapse and a crisis within his own family, Fox cracks open the inactive case and takes another hard look. Can he finally raise the curtain on the killer?