.. .women forget all those things they don't want to remember, and remember everything they don't want to forget...Then they act and do things accordingly... The author of a nationally syndicated human interest column, Aimee Grace has conducted hundreds of interviews, writing stories that highlight the truly extraordinary lives of ordinary people. The focus of her latest story is Helen Hudson, a young woman whose husband was killed by a suicide bomber while serving in Iraq. When Helen is found dead less than twenty-four hours later, the victim of a brutal murder, Aimee suddenly finds herself at the center of a terrifying mystery unfolding. As the facts surrounding Helen's murder spin a tangled web around her, Aimee is forced to confront the demons of her own past and a new, darker evil emerging from the shadows. With the help of Detective Jadon Dag, she will uncover the twisted life of a killer that leads her on a journey where the hunter becomes the hunted and the search for truth a deadly path leading right to her own front door. Will Aimee see the truth before she becomes the madman's next victim?
By fate or design, Kim Stallings has been preparing to write novels all of her life. Born a writer and a storyteller, she has a Master's Degree in English, was a college English Lecturer for 13 years, and has published two textbooks and more than 78 poems. She worked for several years in the music industry as a web-developer and as Creative Director of a graphics design firm. NOW I SEE is her first fiction novel.