New Adult/Adult romantic thriller for ages 17+. Contains mild language, violence and sexual situations. Go about your lives as usual. Use common sense. Be aware of your surroundings. Easy for the Roseland Police Chief to say. Not so easy for the community to do. Not when residents of their Oregon coastal town keep vanishing. Who - or what - is snatching citizens? Is it aliens? A serial killer? Or a feral pack of red-eyed dogs? Detective Kevin McCoffey is determined to solve the case. Young, widowed photographer, Dianne Harris and her infant daughter find themselves face to face with the killers. Kevin races to yank them to safety. But is he too late to save them both? With help from the ghost of Dianne's dead grandmother and the town's cryptic fortuneteller, Kevin and Dianne battle their own demons and their shared romantic history as they rush to pry Dianne's baby from the killer's grip.
Danita Cahill is an award-winning freelance writer and photographer. At age 14 she sold her flute and bought a word processer to pursue her dream of becoming a writer. Danita lives in the Pacific NW on a small Oregon farm with her husband, two sons and their animals - a horse, several cats and guinea pigs, a herd of alpacas, and two dogs. Besides running children to and fro and caring for her gardens, critters and family, Danita stays busy working on newspaper and magazine assignments and her next book.