A Killing at Lynx Lake
An innocent woman is brutally murdered in a rustic Old West city known as "everybody's hometown." Prescott, Arizona is the backdrop for this present-day mystery/thriller, where three suspects leave the police stumped. An older woman with memory problems might solve the case, if only....
Psychotherapist Allie Davis teams with her friend and a search and rescue dog to find the killer and restore a troubled man to his family. Prescott's Lynx Lake, Watson Woods, and world-famous Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University are action venues in this fast-paced drama. The killer endangers a three month old baby and a Native American elder while Allie and friends try to track him down with information from a computer and an electronic wrist gadget . In a conclusion that takes the reader by surprise, a deadly confrontation erupts between the players, local wildlife and the search and rescue dog.
Award-winning author Sharon Sterling is a psychiatric social worker whose work in the mental health field spans more than 20 years. She is a former resident of Prescott, Arizona, the setting for A Killing at Lynx Lake. The first book in the Arizona Thriller Trilogy, The Well, won a Merit Award in a national book contest. Book Two in the Trilogy, Fatal Refuge, received First Place in the National Indie Excellence Awards in the category of Regional Fiction, Southwest and Second Place in the CIPA-EVVIE contest, category Fiction/Mystery & Detective. Fatal Refuge was reviewed in the Green Valley [Arizona] News and Florida's Beachcomber magazine. A Killing at Lynx Lake continues the adventures of young Apache woman Kim Altaha, and her psychotherapist friend, Allie Davis.