Author: Susan Page Davis
"I saw my neighbor murder his wife!"But the police didn't believe Petra Wilson. They insisted she was
mistaken. There was no body, no evidence, no murder. Petra knew what she had seen. And now her
dangerous neighbor knew it, too. She needed protection, needed someone to believe her. So she turned
to private investigator Joe Tarleton, expecting him to decide there was no case. But the handsome P.I.
vowed to uncover the truth. Still, he couldn't guard Petra twenty-four hours a day...which left them both
wide open to a killer intent on silencing the only living witness....
Susan Page Davis
Susan Page Davis is a former news correspondent who published her first novel at the age of fifty. Her
husband, Jim, is an editor at a daily newspaper. They are the parents of six children, all home-schooled,
and have five grandchildren. Susan loves reading, writing, history and horses. She writes books in several
categories: historical romance, cozy mystery, young adult and romantic suspense.Her first two books for
Love Inspired Suspense, Just Cause (January 2008) and Witness (April 2008), are set in Susan’s
beautiful home state of Maine. She has also published short stories in Woman’s World, Grit and Alfred
Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine and writes cozy mystery novels with her daughter, Megan Elaine
Davis.Susan’s first published book, Protecting Amy, earned her the title of Favorite New Author of 2004 in
the Heartsong Presents Book Club. Her historical novel, The Prisoner’s Wife won the Short Historical
Category of the 2007 Inspirational Readers’ Choice Contest and was awarded Favorite Historical of 2006
at Heartsong. This book, as well as her fantasy for young people, Feather, were finalists in the 2007 Book
of the Year Contest, sponsored by the American Christian Fiction Writers.