That's the premise of this novel exploring how a household mover of murderous intent could evade detection. It's the story of the people - relatives, realtors, and more - impacted by the killings. It exposes a disjointed investigation where lack of communication would preserve the murderer's anonymity during his three-week killing spree. It explores the attraction a young woman feels towards two very different men, an attraction that could be fatal.
Read this novel and meet the many characters in the narrative “The Trans-Canada Killer”.
Ever since her Grade Two composition was read over the school's PA system Lynda has been passionate about reading and writing, and always has a book in hand but balancing a 1500-page Stephen King one-handed while brushing teeth is disastrous. Happily Lynda discovered that a Kindle fits on the edge of her sink.
She and her partner live with a tuxedo cat in the sunniest city in Canada, nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. “The Trans-Canada Killer” is her first narrative novel.