RAIN OF THE GHOSTS
Rain could hear the drums as she raced past me. Of course, I knew there were no drums, but Rain usually had a soundtrack going non-stop in her head, and right now it was playing a major tribal beat. Or maybe that was just her pulse. She was pedaling like mad through the streets of San Próspero. Anxious but exhilarated. She didn’t notice my companion or myself, but every other downbeat, she’d look back over her shoulder. Were they behind her, ready to shoot?
“Ursula Archer takes you on a terrifying journey. This is a superior psychological thriller with twists at every level.” – Karin Slaughter
"A deliciously dark and terrifying cat-and-mouse thriller you won't be able to put down until the last page is read. Haunting."—Allison Brennan, New York Times bestselling author of Dead Heat and Cold Snap"Intriguing and gripping, I was hooked from the start and shocked by the end. A believable hero and a story cleverly told. I loved Five."—Neil White, author of Next to Die
"A riveting mystery...The suspense builds until the shocking climax."—Publishers Weekly
"Beatrice is a refreshing protagonist who isn’t afraid to take chances... Archer’s very effective procedural, with some clever twists (and gruesome crimes), also explores the intriguingly odd world of geocaching, and those who inhabit it. While some readers may have things figured out before the end, the journey is well worth it."—Library Journal
"[Five is] definitely not a book for the faint-hearted, but it delivers great suspense, unexpected plot twists, and multi-dimensional characters."—Mystery Tribune"...a hugely entertaining hunt as gutsy Austrian detective Beatrice Kaspary is pitted against a very creepy killer. Compulsively readable."—The Sunday Mirror (UK)