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Stories written under this pseudonym are a departure from the Grisham & Sullivan series. These stand-alone novels are a bit darker, skirting the edges of the paranormal while staying firmly grounded in gritty characterizations and real-world drama.  

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The sounds she heard could not be explained


The chill she felt could not be shaken


The horror she experienced could not be forgotten

Fiona Graves did not expect much from Corona Heights, just a quiet place to rest her head while she went about the business of rebuilding her life. On the surface, the setup was perfect: cheap rent, a great location, and total anonymity.     

Beneath the surface, however, Corona Heights was something else entirely.

Cursed with paper-thin walls, the building kept few of its tenants’ secrets. But one secret had remained safely buried for years until Fiona’s strange encounter with her neighbor – an eight-year-old girl named Olivia – threatened to unearth it, and the unimaginable consequences inherent in its being.  

As she wages a personal crusade to regain the love and trust of her estranged son, Fiona must also confront the ever-tightening grip of an addiction she has yet to overcome, a neighbor whose erratic behavior grows more dangerous by the hour, and a seemingly innocent little girl whose dark connection to Corona Heights threatens not only the child’s life but the life that Fiona is trying so desperately to reclaim.  

And it all begins with a foreboding message from the girl whose face Fiona cannot see, but whose voice is hauntingly clear.

“Don’t ignore the knocking…”   

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