Drawing Danger

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Wooloomooloo, Dec 8, 2017 - Fiction - 384 pages

When she was very young, Cate witnessed the murder of her mother. The killer was never found. Cate's never forgotten the killer's face. He haunted her nightmares for many years.

Determined to keep the image of the man who murdered her mother alive in her head, Cate begins obsessively drawing him, which brings trouble for her at home and at school. However she can't stop and continues her passion in secret, naively confident and determined that when she is an adult, the police will be able to help her trace this killer. Her first police visit brings disappointment. But after spotting the killer years later on a suburban street, she once again approaches the police. This time around, Cate's visit to the police triggers a series of tragic deaths and puts her life at risk.

Will Cate be able to overcome her grief, feelings of guilt, and fear of endangering the lives of family members, to work closely with the police to catch this ruthless killer?

Set in England and Australia, 'Drawing Danger' is about a young woman's struggle to bring her mother's killer to justice.

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About the author (2017)

About the Author L.E. Luttrell was born in Sydney, Australia and spent the first 21 years of her life there before moving to the UK (although she travels to Australia most years spending a few months there). After working in publishing (in the UK) for a few years she went on to study and trained as a teacher. From the 90s she spent many years working in secondary education, although she's also had numerous other part time jobs. A frustrated architect/builder, L.E. Luttrell has spent much of her adult life moving house and wielding various tools while renovating properties. Drawing Danger is the first of her books to be published. More will follow in 2018. L.E. Luttrell lives in Liverpool, Merseyside.

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