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Read Fraser’s newest thriller, Shadow Tag, a novel that grips until its exhilarating conclusion.
A Dark and Twisting Crime Thriller
ON A HOT Louisiana night in the Bayou, a horrifying act of violence precipitates the destruction of a family. Under the shadow of an ancient cypress tree, a killer rises from the ashes—the omnipotent judge and executioner of the unworthy.
Ten years later, Reece Hash of the Toronto Crown Attorney’s Office uncovers disturbing evidence in multiple closed cases that points to homicide. As his fiancée and PI partner Samantha McNamara investigates the rape of a deluded patient at a private psychiatric hospital, Reece grows to believe that a serial killer is exacting social justice across Toronto. And there’s a sinister connection to the prestigious mental health hospital, where someone is brutally exploiting vulnerable patients.
An Ominous Plot of Medical Corruption, Blackmail, and Murder
A suspenseful mystery with complex characters and carefully-designed plot twists that will keep readers on their toes until the conclusion.—Catherine Langrehr, IndieReader
Fraser’s gift for plot and character is exemplified in this thriller,
a novel deftly plotted with exhilarating turns.—Romuald Dzemo, Readers’ Favorite
Fraser is truly a masterful puppeteer. The pace of this meticulously penned thriller is consistent, the characters are real enough to touch, the subject matter is timely, and the ultimate twist is one you won’t see coming.—Self-Publishing Review
Fraser toys with readers, creating victims who are so repulsive that we practically cheer their demises.—Kirkus Review