Maureen Carter has worked extensively in both print and broadcast journalism. She worked on newspapers and commercial radio before joining BBC TV News and Current Affairs. As well as being a reporter, Maureen co-presented BBC's flagship Newsnight programme and went on to become one of the first women news producers outside London when she edited Midlands Today. She is now a freelance writer and narrator. Her work has been short-listed in the Crime Writers' Association's New Writing Competition. Maureen lives in Birmingham and is married with one daughter, Sophie, who could be a useful contact in future - she's going to university to read criminology!
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!