Aileen Nowatzki is a Californian writer of novels of intrigue. She received her MA in French and has worked as a teacher, a college instructor, a translator and a director of religious education. Extensive travel with her husband spans three continents and has provided her with a unique perspective on multi-cultural issues. Volunteerism is an important part of her weekly activities. Three children and young grandchildren keep her very active.
A whirlwind trip to the fabled resort town of San Miguel de Allende and a mad dash back across the border keep Gail and her colleagues on their guard. Where will the unknown assailant strike next? Who will be the next victim? And what role does the mysterious black devil-car play in this macabre set of circumstances?
A thrilling legal mystery in the tradition of the Perry Mason series!
Kate had met June at school, and, although four years her senior, had gone out of her way to befriend the forlorn, unattractive, almost ugly girl in her early teens. Now, five years later, the invitation had appeared out of the blue, and Kate found herself a guest in a strange, isolated household of very bohemian ways, with a menacing undercurrent that made Kate very uneasy. Suddenly, things began to happen with astonishing rapidity. Clotilde, June’s beautiful stepsister was kidnapped in very gruesome circumstances, and Kate had to play a nerve-racking part in delivering the ransom money.
But two murders occurred before peace was finally restored in the Gladstone household, and the warped, twisted mind of a murderer was revealed.
(Originally published as "You'll Be Sorry.")